Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • het extrapoleren
  • (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values


Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • an inference about the future (or about some hypothetical situation) based on known facts and observations



    1. Extrapolation
    2. Extrapolation of random error
    3. Apply reasonable extrapolation.
    4. extrapolation between oral, dermal and inhalation acute toxicity estimates.
    5. For other exposure levels a linear intra- and extrapolation applies.
    6. The Commission established the potential effects on the entire portfolio by extrapolation.
    7. With this equation, the vapour pressure can be calculated for any other temperature by extrapolation.
    8. In such cases, the Commission has to determine corrections on the basis of extrapolation or at flat-rates.
    9. If necessary, an extrapolation to temperatures of 20 and 25 °C can be made by regression analysis of log pT vs. 1/T.
    10. sharing, where appropriate, existing research infrastructure or developing new facilities such as coordinated databases, biobanks or models for data extrapolation to humans;
    11. For carbon dioxide emissions from the energy sector, extrapolation of emissions should be based on the percentage change of Eurostat carbon dioxide emission estimates.
    12. According to the calculations the anticipated losses would be between EUR 2,9 billion and EUR 4,3 billion depending on the extrapolation method and correction factor.
    13. Apply reasonable extrapolation. Use test results obtained with one raw material to extrapolate the ultimate anaerobic degradability of structurally related surfactants.
    14. The interest rate [13] that would be charged for such a period is calculated by linear extrapolation of the rate for the credit facility.
    15. Extrapolation can be used only where a homogeneous population or subset of projects sharing similar characteristics can be identified and shown to have been affected by the deficiency.