Linear interpolation - 2023.2 English

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2023.2 English

There are two points \(A\left ( x_{A},y_{A} \right )\) and \(B\left ( x_{B},y_{B} \right )\) in the two-dimensional coordinate system. The linear interpolation calculates the value of :math: xepsilon left [ x_{B}, x_{B} right ] on the AB line. Its expression is:

\[y=y_{A}+\frac{y_{B}-y_{A}}{x_{B}-x_{A}}\times \left ( x-x_{A} \right )\]

The implementation is very simple and not elaborated here. For more information, please check out source code and `linear`_.