(1) If you look at previous attempts by actuaries to extrapolate trends, the forecasts have always undershot - and better lifestyles and medical advances have accelerated the improvement in life expectancy.(2) It's part of their job to extrapolate from current trends, anticipate future problems, and head them off at the pass.(3) it is always dangerous to extrapolate from a sample(4) Using these three basic numbers - population, CO2 emissions, and GDP - I proceeded to extrapolate some figures.(5) During that time, I've seen numerous threat briefings that attempted to extrapolate possible terrorist strategies out of the most obscure bits of intelligence.(6) The computational model can extrapolate the morphogenetic movements of human organs such as the eye, heart, lung etc.(7) Most franchisors will not make earnings claims, but will provide information with which you could potentially extrapolate gross sales figures.(8) The evidence needed for sound policymaking should thus be much more comprehensive than attempts to extrapolate dubious principles from the findings of controlled trials.(9) attempts to extrapolate likely human cancers from laboratory studies(10) The final slope of all the complex curves extrapolate at the intercept to an average value of 1.5 0.5.(11) Population is extrapolated using the revised UN estimates, which give a figure of 1, 272.2 million;(12) The results of a retrospective analysis are specific to the observed variation in the vital rates, and can be extrapolated to other situations only with great care.(13) The figures are extrapolated from forecasts in the Barker Report, which made recommendations into the number of new homes which needed to be built to bring Britain's house price inflation in line with that of Europe.(14) What they did was approach American folk and roots music with the precision and extrapolative inventiveness of jazz.(15) In concept, the models are similar to the GAM formulation of this paper, although the parametric trend curve is badly behaved when extrapolated beyond the limits of the time series.(16) This paper considers the problem of limited angle tomography in which a complete sinogram is not available and proposes a linear extrapolator to extrapolate the missing part of the sinogram.