tabular interpolation

tabular interpolation

[′tab·yə·lər in‚tər·pə′lā·shən]
(mathematics)
Method of finding from a table the values of the dependent variable for intermediate values of the independent variable.
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However, the commonly used method in the project is still the tabular interpolation of the comprehensive characteristic curve of the turbine [15,16], while the common interpolation of two-dimensional table will cause derivative's discontinuity in the whole domain, which leads to increased number of iterations or even no convergence.