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vectorization

(ˌvɛktəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

vectorisation

n
(Computer Science) the process of converting from a bitmap image to a vector representation
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Under the terms of the four-year, USD30m project, NIAID Vaccine Research Center and Ichor will contribute expertise in virology, vaccinology, nucleic acid antibody vectorization and delivery to complement AbCellera's capabilities.
The array aperture is greatly expanded by the vectorization method and the Kronecker product operation, and the array DOF is increased.
On this basis, they would probably be able to finish the vectorization process soon.
To draw the genital capsule, a Leica DM750 microscope, with posterior digital vectorization was used.
Transgene has set up an innovative network that combines bioengineering, digital transformation, established vectorization know-how and unique manufacturing capabilities.
In the computer model, vectorization, localization of nodal points (e.g.
where vec(x) is the vectorization operation that stacks all columns of a matrix on top of one another into a vector.
Vectorization. In order to compute the contact force for each node, a loop structure is needed.
The algorithm requires repeated simulations of chance that lend themselves well to parallel (thread) processing and vectorization on multicore and manycore Intel CPUs.
(2) The vectorization of keywords was achieved using the vector space model and TF-IDF within the area of information retrieval.