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vec·to·ri·al

(vek-tō'rē-ăl),
Relating in any way to a vector.

vectorial

See vector.

vec·to·ri·al

(vek-tōr'ē-ăl)
Relating in any way to a vector.

vectorial

(vĕk-tō′rē-ăl) [L. vector, a carrier]
Rel. to a vector.
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1 and Proposition 1 of [12] in a general context of vectorial norms.
The first two terms belong to vectorial phenomena and the last two to tensorial ones.
Chapter 3: Exact Vectorial Solutions for Waveguides
10), is reflected in the consequence matrix A, which was inhomogeneous and was homogenized by a vectorial normalization.
Then we could find q, where q is purely vectorial differentiable bi-quaternion valued function [22].
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mascittii sand flies, a species with an unknown vectorial competence, in the Swiss region of Jura, Alsace, Champagne-Ardennes, and Belgium.
Third place honors went to Robert Lacoste of France for his Vector-SoC, a 1GHz Vectorial Network Analyzer.
Intraspecific differences in the vectorial capacity of natural sandfly populations are poorly studied.