### Odd-Order Lagrange Interpolation Summary

In contrast to even-order Lagrange interpolation, the odd-order case has the following properties (in fractional delay filtering applications):

- Improved phase-delay accuracy at the expense of decreased amplitude-response accuracy (low-order examples in Fig.)
- Optimal (centered) delay range lies between two integers

To avoid a discontinuous phase-delay jump at high frequencies when crossing the middle delay, the delay range can be shifted to

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