vector graphics

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vec′tor graph′ics


n.
a method of electronically coding graphic images so that they are represented in lines rather than fixed bit maps, allowing an image, as on a computer display screen, to be rotated or proportionally scaled.
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vektorigrafiikka
image vectorielle
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