Posted by July 17, 2008
On Jul 17, 4:47&#2013266080;pm, "cpshah99" <cpsha...@rediffmail.com> wrote:
> Hello People > > When we perform Linear Interpolation given by the formula below > > y(n+v)=(1-v)*y(n)+v*y(n+1) where v is between 0 and 1 > > (http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/pasp/Linear_Interpolation.html#12296) > > Is there anything like interpolation error? I mean what we do in MMSE. > > Your guidance will be really appreciated. > > Thanks > > Chintan
Look up polynomial approximations and Weierstrauss' theorem. You may also look up the Lagrange remainder term associated with Taylor's series. Your answer will reside with the theorems. Clay
Posted by cpshah99 July 17, 2008
Hello People

When we perform Linear Interpolation given by the formula below

y(n+v)=(1-v)*y(n)+v*y(n+1) where v is between 0 and 1 

(http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/pasp/Linear_Interpolation.html#12296)

Is there anything like interpolation error? I mean what we do in MMSE.

Your guidance will be really appreciated.

Thanks

Chintan