Vector

Vector, a Latin word meaning "carrier", may refer in English to:

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Vexel - Etymology
... Boards to give it a distinctive name from traditional vector graphics ... approve of calling the raster images that looked like vectors the name of "vector" ... of what they would be called, he coined the term "vexel" as a combination of vector and pixel since they were not simply rasters, and those asking needed ...
Vector W2
... The Vector W2 is a concept car created by Vector Motors in 1980 ... Jerry Wiegert (designer and founder of Vector) and "2" for the number of turbos ... a modified version of the W2 went in production as the Vector W8 ...
Vector - Other Uses
... Aerodyne Systems Vector, ultralight aircraft Lift vector, an upwards force acting on aircraft Thrust vectoring, the ability of an aircraft or other vehicle to direct the ...
Two-body Problem - Two-body Motion Is Planar
... momentum L equals the net torque N and using the property of the vector cross product that v × w = 0 for any vectors v and w pointing in the same direction, with F ... positions, it follows that r × F = 0 and the angular momentum vector L is constant (conserved) ... Therefore, the displacement vector r and its velocity v are always in the plane perpendicular to the constant vector L ...
Tensor Field
... is a generalization of a scalar (a pure number representing a value, like length) and a vector (a geometrical arrow in space), a tensor field is a generalization of a scalar field or vector field that assigns ...