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noun as in heading

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It produces embeddings in a vector space with 12,288 dimensions.

Oxford used existing technology, a chimpanzee adenovirus vaccine vector, to make its vaccine.

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They also injected a control model with the siRNA without the vector.

The rest of us who are able to work remotely should not act as a vector for community spread.

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Michael Jarvis, a virologist at the University of Plymouth, leads a group that has created vaccines against Ebola and tuberculosis with cytomegaloviruses, which he says offer a great deal of flexibility as vectors.

To some extent, it seems, “the law enforcement vector” contributed to the radicalization of Abu Omar.

The adenovirus he received was simply a vector, bringing a missing gene to his cell.

To early adopters, Homestar Runner was that light, in vector graphics with actionscript.

Sex is a major vector in the relationships, but there are emotional attachments as well.

Or, as Sims finely puts it, the zombie will be found “moving blindly along a vector of memory.”

The line drawn from the sun to any point of the orbit (the string from pin to pencil point) is a radius vector.

The radius vector of each planet moves over equal areas in equal times.

The radius vector (or line joining sun and planet) sweeps out equal areas in equal times.

Diurnal inequalities in N and W lend themselves readily to the construction of what are known as vector diagrams.

With considerable change of latitude however the shape of vector diagrams changes largely.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vector, such as: aim, angle, bearing, course, direction, and line.

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