vector

1. имя существительное 1) математика вектор Например: vector equation — векторное уравнение 2) медицина переносчик инфекции 3) курс, направление (полёта самолёта) 2. глагол направлять; наводить; придавать направление

Большой англо-русский словарь
vector

1. вектор а) в программировании - одномерный массив (one-dimensional array) данных, состоящий из однотипных элементов Смотри также: array, test vector, vector computer, vector display, vector processing Например: Matrix-vector multiplication can be used to calculate any linear transform — Умножение матрицы на вектор может быть применено для вычисления любого линейного преобразования Антоним(ы): scalar б) в КГА - линия или перемещение, определённые их конечными точками, которые могут быть заданы как в абсолютных (absolute vector), так и в относительных (relative vector) координатах Смотри также: motion vector , vector font, vector graphics, vector object в) блок ОЗУ (vector table), содержащий адреса подпрограмм обработки прерываний. В более общем случае вектором именуется указатель на код или данные, помещённый в таблицу Смотри также: interrupt vector 2. глагол направлять

Англо-русский словарь компьютерных терминов
vector

1) вектор || векторный 2) математика матрица-столбец 3) аэро пеленг Например: vector at the origin — вектор, проведённый из начала координат vector of order n — n-мерный вектор vector terminating at A — вектор с концом в точке A vector to enter basis — вектор, вводимый в базис vector to leave basis — вектор, исключаемый из базиса vector with unit length — единичный вектор; орт - absolute vector - acceleration vector - adjoined vector - adjoint vector - allowable vector - almost analytic vector - almost periodic vector - almost proper vector - analytic vector - angular momentum vector - angular vector - antiholomorphic cotangent vector - antiholomorphic tangent vector - arbitrary vector - associated vector - asymptotic vector - attached vector - augmented vector - base vector - basis vector - binary vector - binormal vector - block-floating vector - bound vector - bounded vector - bra vector - buckling vector - Burgers vector - centroid vector - characteristic vector - code vector - coefficient vector - column sum vector - column vector - complex vector - component vector - concave vector - constant vector - contravariantly related vectors - control vector - coordinate vector - correction vector - costate vector - cotangent vector - covariant vector - critical vector - cross-derivative vector - curvature vector - cyclic vector - decision vector - decomposable vector - degenerate vector - derived vector - differentiable vector - differential vector - directing vector - direction vector - disturbance vector - divergence of vector - divergence vector - dominant vector - drift vector - dummy vector - electric displacement vector - electric vector - elementary vector - embedded vector - entering vector - equilibrium vector - evaluation vector - extremal vector - extreme vector - feasible vector - fixed vector - flow vector - flux vector - focal vector - force vector - four-dimensional vector - free vector - generating vector - geometrical vector - gliding vector - gradient vector - harmonic vector - highest weight vector - holomorphic vector - horizontal vector - improper vector - incremental vector - indefinite vector - infinite-dimensional vector - infinitesimal vector - initial vector - input vector - integral vector - intensity vector - interaction vector - interrupt vector - irreversible vector - irrotational vector - isotropic vector - latent vector - left-hand vector - lexicographically positive vector - limit vector - line of vector - linear-dependent vector - load vector - localized vector - loss vector - lowest weight vector - magnetic displacement vector - master vector - matrix vector - maximal vector - mean curvature vector - mean vector - measuring vector - minimizing vector - monotone vector - mutually perpendicular vectors - n-component vector - n-dimensional vector - negative vector - neutral vector - nill vector - nodal vector - noise vector - nondegenerate vector - nonisotropic vector - nonlocalized vector - nonprimitive vector - nonstandardized vector - nonvanishing vector - non-vanishing vector - nonzero vector - normal curvature vector - normal unit vector - normalized vector - n-space vector - null vector - nullity vector - observation vector - operand vector - opposite vector - optimal vector - orthonormalized vector - outward normal vector - payoff vector - pendulum vector - phase vector - plate-motion vectors - polar vector - policy vector - positively independent vector - price vector - principal vector - probability vector - propagation vector - purely spatial vector - quasianalytic vector - radial vector - radius vector - random vector - rational vector - real vector - reciprocal lattice vector - reciprocal vector - recourse vector - reduced vector - reference vector - regression vector - regular vector - relative curvature vector - relative vector - residual vector - resolvent vector - result vector - resultant vector - reversed vector - right-hand vector - root vector - rotating vector - rotation vector - row sum vector - row vector - sectionally holomorphic vector - self-adjoint vector - semipositive vector - separating vector - shift vector - simple vector - singular vector - sliding vector - slip vector - smooth vector - smoothing vector - solenoidal vector - solution vector - space-like vector - special vector - spin vector - stable vector - stationary vector - stochastic vector - strategy vector - stress vector - subordinate vector - substochastic vector - surface vector - symmetric random vector - symmetry vector - tangential vector - three-dimensional vector - time-like vector - time-similar vector - translation vector - translator vector - transversal vector - true vector - truncated vector - twist vector - unit vector - unit vector - unitary vector - utility vector - vector of effects - vector of errors - vector of means - vector of observations - vector of parameters - velocity vector - vertical vector - vortex-free vector - vorticity vector - wave vector - weight vector - zero vector

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь
vector

1) вектор 2) вычислительная техника одномерный массив 3) наведение; задание направления || наводить; задавать направление, направлять 4) бтх вектор, векторная ДНК - absolute vector - airspeed vector - amplifying vector - analytic vector - axial vector - base vector - bound vector - Cartesian vector - characteristic vector - cloning vector - codirectional vectors - collinear vectors - column vector - component vector - contravariant vector - coplanar vectors - couple vector - covariant vector - current vector - cyclic vector - data vector - dependent vectors - differentiable vector - direction vector - displacement vector - dope vector - drives vector - electrical-field vector - electrical vector - energy vector - energy-flux vector - error vector - feedback vector - field vector - free vectors - ground speed vector - heat-flux vector - Hertzian vector - Hertz vector - incremental vector - interrupt vector - linearly dependent vectors - linearly independent vectors - magnetic-field vector - magnetic vector - magnetization vector - mean vector - motion vector - normal vector - null vector - orthogonal vectors - phase vector - polar vector - polarization vector - position vector - power flow vector - power vector - propagation vector - radar vector - radius-vector - random vector - relative vector - replacement vector - residual vector - resultant vector - rotating vector - rotation vector - row vector - shift vector - slip vector - space vector - spacecraft state vector - spacelike vector - state vector - test vector - timelike vector - translational vector - translation vector - unit vector - vacuum vector - vector of normal - vector of ranks - velocity vector - voltage vector - wave vector - zero vector

Англо-русский политехнический словарь
vector

I. noun Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, carrier, from vehere to carry — more at way Date: 1846 1. a. a quantity that has magnitude and direction and that is commonly represented by a directed line segment whose length represents the magnitude and whose orientation in space represents the direction; broadly an element of a vector space b. a course or compass direction especially of an airplane 2. a. an organism (as an insect) that transmits a pathogen b. pollinator a 3. an agent (as a plasmid or virus) that contains or carries modified genetic material (as recombinant DNA) and can be used to introduce exogenous genes into the genome of an organism • vector adjectivevectorial adjectivevectorially adverb II. transitive verb (vectored; vectoring) Date: 1941 1. to guide (as an airplane, its pilot, or a missile) in flight by means of a radioed vector 2. to change the direction of (the thrust of a jet engine) for steering

Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
vector

1. A member of a vector space. 2. A line or movement defined by its end points, or by the current position and one other point. See vector graphics. 3. A memory location containing the address of some code, often some kind of exception handler or other operating system service. By changing the vector to point to a different piece of code it is possible to modify the behaviour of the operating system. Compare hook. 4. A one-dimensional array. (1996-09-30)

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