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Search option Results found in English Dictionary vector mathematics - physics [n] : vektor [u] mathematics - physics [n] : vector [m] mathematics - physics [n] : vektor [u]

Derived terms: convector , gene delivery vector , intermediate vector boson , liposomal delivery vector , radius vector , transducing vector , vector -borne transmission , vector algebra , vector decomposition , vector product , vector sum , viral delivery vector

Example: Vectors need not correspond to a physical quantity; anything can be a vector space as long as vector addition and scalar multiplication is defined. A vector is a unit vector if its norm is 1. The dimension of a vector space equals the largest number of its elements that can be linearly independent. Every vector space has a basis. Support vector machines are supervised learning models used for classification and regression analysis. Mosquitoes are a vector for disease. What is the difference between raster and vector graphics?

Results found in Spanish dictionary vector matemáticas - física [n] : vector matemáticas - física [n] : vektor [u] matemáticas - física [n] : vektor [u]

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