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Inverse Distance Weighted Interpolation

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Inverse Distance Weighted Interpolation - definition(s)

inverse distance weighted interpolation - [mathematics] An interpolation technique that estimates cell values in a raster from a set of sample points that have been weighted so that the farther a sampled point is from the cell being evaluated, the less weight it has in the calculation of the cell's value.

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Source: esri, 21 May 2012 09:07:29, External 

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