spatial vector

spa·tial vec·tor

a cardiac vector represented in more than one plane simultaneously; two- or three-dimensional orientation of a vector.
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It will also support the analysis of spatial vector data, automatic verification and identification of errors (based on editable business rules), manual or automatic correction of errors, and it will return change updates back to the Oracle Spatial database through a workflow management system.
Beenstock and Felsenstein (2007) proposed a spatial vector autoregression model to explore the relationships between house price movements and fundamental factors across regions.
2007) Spatial vector autoregressions, Spatial Economic Analysis, 2(2), pp.
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