See: Description
Interface  Description 

Interpolation 
In numerical analysis, interpolation is a method of constructing new data
points within the range of a discrete set of known data points.

Interpolation2D 
Interpolation of 2dimensional data.

Class  Description 

AbstractInterpolation 
Abstract base class of onedimensional interpolation methods.

BicubicInterpolation 
Bicubic interpolation in a twodimensional regular grid.

BilinearInterpolation 
Bilinear interpolation in a twodimensional regular grid.

CubicSplineInterpolation1D 
Cubic spline interpolation.

CubicSplineInterpolation2D 
Cubic spline interpolation in a twodimensional regular grid.

KrigingInterpolation 
Kriging interpolation for the data points irregularly distributed in space.

KrigingInterpolation1D 
Kriging interpolation for the data points irregularly distributed in space.

KrigingInterpolation2D 
Kriging interpolation for the data points irregularly distributed in space.

LaplaceInterpolation 
Laplace interpolation to restore missing or unmeasured values on a 2dimensional
evenly spaced regular grid.

LinearInterpolation 
Piecewise linear interpolation.

RBFInterpolation 
Radial basis function interpolation is a popular method for the data points
are irregularly distributed in space.

RBFInterpolation1D 
Radial basis function interpolation is a popular method for the data points
are irregularly distributed in space.

RBFInterpolation2D 
Radial basis function interpolation is a popular method for the data points
are irregularly distributed in space.

ShepardInterpolation 
Shepard interpolation is a special case of normalized radial basis function
interpolation if the function φ(r) goes to infinity as r → 0, and is
finite for r > 0.

ShepardInterpolation1D 
Shepard interpolation is a special case of normalized radial basis function
interpolation if the function φ(r) goes to infinity as r → 0, and is
finite for r > 0.

ShepardInterpolation2D 
Shepard interpolation is a special case of normalized radial basis function
interpolation if the function φ(r) goes to infinity as r → 0, and is
finite for r > 0.
