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Linear Interpolation 'error'

Started 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
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