Definition of interpolator in English:

interpolator

Line breaks: in|ter|pol¦ator
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtəːpəleɪtə
 
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noun

  • 1A person who interpolates something.
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    • If the individual who marked the Tavola is the same as the interpolator, perhaps the other two were marked but the interpolation never completed.
    • The passages in italics below are likely to come from the anonymous interpolator.
    • Thus, Murphy-O'Connor's inept interpolator could not have chosen a worse location to place the verses which asserted that women were to be silent in the church and subordinate to their husbands.
  • 2A device which guides a tool through a smooth curve when provided with a set of points defining the curve.
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    • The named phases are then input to a data interpolator in each receiver, which generates 16 local phases.
    • The interpolators include a one-deep stack onto which pixel and texel information for the initial or entry block are pushed before rendering any other blocks within the span group.
    • These interpolators use a multi-bit value approach that permits adders to be used instead of multipliers.

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