extrapolation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
bilinene dayanan tahmin,dış değer bulma
dış değer bulma
diş değer bulma
(Askeri) BİLİNENE DAYANAN KESTİRİM
(Nükleer Bilimler) sona öngörüm
ekstrapolasyon
i., mat. dışdeğerbiçim, ekstrapolasyon
dışdeğerbiçim
(Dilbilim) kestirim
dışdeğer
extrapolation distance
(Nükleer Bilimler) dışarlanmış uzaklık
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{f} verilerden bilinmeyene ulaşmak
extrapolate
{f} tahmin etmek
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(Askeri) ekstrapole
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(Dilbilim) anlam çıkarmak
extrapolate
(Matematik) dışdeğerini hesaplamak
extrapolate
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) dışdeğerlemek
extrapolate
(Matematik) dışdeğer bulmak
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(bildikleriyle gelecekte olacak bir şeyi) tahmin etmek
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dış değer bul
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Bir seride bilinen rakamları veya miktarları esas alarak bilinmeyenleri tahmin etmek, mana çıkarmak
extrapolate
diş değer bul
extrapolate
anlam çıkar
extrapolate
(Askeri) EKSTRAPOLE: Bir mıntıka dahilinde bulunan fonksiyonların kıymetlerine göre bu mıntıkanın dışındaki fonksiyonların kıymetini hesaplama usulü
extrapolate
{f} sonuca ulaşmak
extrapolate
anlam çıkar,dış değer bul
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An inference about some hypothetical situation based on known facts
A calculation of an estimate of the value of some function outside the range of known values
To arrive at (conclusions or results) by hypothesizing from known facts or observations According to LeGuin, extrapolation gives rise to much of SF
an inference about the future (or about some hypothetical situation) based on known facts and observations (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values
The idea of estimating a value by extending information at hand outside its immediate range In LP, an extrapolation estimate of the optimal objective value uses dual price (y) as a slope: z^(b + h) = z(b) + yh For a sequence {x^k}, an extrapolation is an estimate of a limit point
{i} act of guessing or inferring
an inference about the future (or about some hypothetical situation) based on known facts and observations
A rigorous process of projecting trends into the future and building confidence intervals around them by adjusting for the effects that known change factors are likely to produce
Extending a curve into the future by assuming the variables will continue to behave as they have in the past
predicting future events based on a continuation of past trends; extending the curve of a graph beyond the known data points
The prediction of the value of a variable outside the measured range or an inference of the value of a variable of a related outcome (eg the extrapolation of a reduction in the rate of progression to AIDS from a stabilisation or improvement in the CD4 count)
(mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values
In extrapolation mode, the instrument attempts to track occluded satellites, even after it has lost lock on them, by keeping the channel open and trying to catch the signal again
Estimation of unknown values by extending or projecting from known values
A scientific method of applying or transferring experimental observations from a model to the real world Extrapolation is frequently necessary because effects in the real world are usually too slow or too minute to measure
A method or technique to extend data or inferences from a known location to another location for which the values are not known
The act of extending the results of spatial sampling to points outside the area surveyed--not recommended
Inferring or estimating a value by projecting or extending known values
Drawing conclusions about the meaning of the study for individuals or situations not included in the study
Extrapolation is interpolation extended to points outside the convex hull of a dataset An interpolated value at a point outside the convex hull of an input dataset is referred to as an extrapolated value
extrapolate
To infer by extending known information

With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get.

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A method for estimating new data points based on existing measurements, and thereby predicting trends For example, if the data for 1994 and 1995 are 8 and 9 respectively, one could extrapolate from that data to estimate that in 1996 the figure might be 10 In this case since the extrapolation is over time it is also called Forecasting
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To estimate the value of a variable outside a known range from values within that range by assuming that the estimated value follows logically from the known ones
extrapolate
To estimate the value of a result outside the range of a series of known values Technique used in standard additions calibration procedure
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to use information on a graph to estimate values that go beyond the graph
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If you extrapolate from known facts, you use them as a basis for general statements about a situation or about what is likely to happen in the future. Extrapolating from his American findings, he reckons about 80% of these deaths might be attributed to smoking It is unhelpful to extrapolate general trends from one case. + extrapolation extrapolations ex·trapo·la·tion His estimate of half a million HIV positive cases was based on an extrapolation of the known incidence of the virus. to use facts about the present or about one thing or group to make a guess about the future or about other things or groups extrapolate (sth) from sth (extra ( EXTRA-) + -polate (as in interpolate))
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To apply data learned about one range of doses to another range of doses
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gain knowledge of (an area not known or experienced) by extrapolating
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Determining the value of a meteorological value beyond the bounds of a data sample
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draw from specific cases for more general cases
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{f} guess, infer
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estimate the value of
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To project from given data
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The act of extending the results of spatial sampling to points outside the area surveyed--not recommended F
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To estimate a value by following a pattern and going beyond values already known
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Infer from what is known
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To infer (values of a variable in an unobserved interval) from values within an already observed interval
extrapolations
plural of extrapolation
extrapolation

    الواصلة

    ex·trap·o·la·tion

    التركية النطق

    îksträpıleyşın

    النطق

    /əkˌstrapəˈlāsʜən/ /ɪkˌstræpəˈleɪʃən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ ik-'stra-p&-"lAt ] (verb.) 1874. Latin extra outside + English -polate ; more at EXTRA-.

    كلمة اليوم

    meed
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