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How do we calculate the temperature at other places from these measurements? A first | How do we calculate the temperature at other places from these measurements? A first | ||

and simple idea might be to use **interpolation**. That has been the first idea which | and simple idea might be to use **interpolation**. That has been the first idea which | ||

- | researchers had in the 1950s of the last century. It lead to algorithms which were | + | researchers had in the 1950s of the last century. It leads to algorithms which were |

called //optimal interpolation//, since they took all the temperature measurements and | called //optimal interpolation//, since they took all the temperature measurements and | ||

many other types of measurements together and interpolated an "optimal" state estimate. | many other types of measurements together and interpolated an "optimal" state estimate. | ||

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- | All the best, \\ | + | Enjoy science! \\ |

Roland Potthast \\ | Roland Potthast \\ | ||

for [[http://inverseproblems.info]]. | for [[http://inverseproblems.info]]. |

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