Vectorization


Vectorization

Vectorization may refer to:
* Vectorization (computer graphics), the process of converting raster graphics into vector graphics.
* Vectorization (computer science), converting a computer program from a scalar implementation to a vectorized program.
* Vectorization (mathematics), a linear transformation which converts the matrix into a column vector.


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