haarukoida sopivat raja-arvot

01:53 Nov 27, 2019
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Finnish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
Finnish term or phrase: haarukoida sopivat raja-arvot
The excerpt below is from a description of how risk scores are assigned to currency traders:

"
Compliance-tiimi arvioi asiakkaiden profiilien perusteella, määrittääkö valittu raja-arvo heidät sopivaan riskiryhmään. Arvion perusteella voidaan kokeellisia raja-arvoja joko nostaa tai laskea.

Kohtia iteroidaan, kunnes compliance-tiimin arvion perusteella on saatu haarukoitua sopivat raja-arvot.
"

How would you translate "haarukoida" in this context?

The term is not hard to translate in isolation, but I can't quite grasp how it describes the process explained here.

Thanks

(PS -- If needed, I'd be glad to post more of the surrounding context.)
G. L.
United States
Local time: 04:55


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Jussi Rosti


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haarukoida
interpolate


Explanation:
so haarukoida sopivat raja-arvot "to interpolate adaptable threshold values" (or something)


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Jussi Rosti
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