Street Interpolated Geocoding

What is street interpolated geocoding?

The location of a building or home is approximated based on the address range that is assigned to a street segment. For example, for a street segment that includes house address numbers between 1-100, with EVEN numbered buildings on one side; ODD on the other; an address of 50 Main Street would be located near the mid-point of the street segment and on the side of the street with EVEN numbers.

See also Geocoding.

How does street interpolated geocoding differ from rooftop geocoding?

Street interpolated geocoding differs from rooftop geocoding which seeks to place the location of a building directly at the latitude and longitude of the building centroid.