Vector

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Vector may refer to:

Biology[edit]

Business[edit]

  • Vector Capital, a US-based private equity investment firm founded in 1997
  • Vector Informatik, a software tool and components provider for development of embedded electronics
  • Vector Engineering, multinational engineering, procurement, construction management, and operations service provider
  • Vector Graphic, an early manufacturer of 8-bit microcomputers
  • Vector Group, a publicly traded holding company, focusing on tobacco and real estate
  • Vector Limited, a New Zealand gas and electricity supplier
  • Vector Marketing, a multi-level knife marketing company
  • Vector Motors, an automobile manufacturer
    • The Vector, an automobile prototype, basis of Vector W2
    • Vector M12, a vehicle designed by Vector Motors based on the Lamborghini Diablo
    • Vector W2, a concept car created by Vector Motors
    • Vector W8, a production car produced by Vector Motors
    • Vector WX-3, a prototype automobile created by Vector Motors in 1992
    • Vector SRV8, a prototype automobile created by Vector Motors in 1999
  • Vector Space Systems, an American space technology company
  • Vector (company), a telecommunications company based in Poland

Computer science[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Characters and fictional elements[edit]

Games[edit]

Music[edit]

Print media[edit]

Other[edit]

Mathematics and physics[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Vehicles[edit]

Other transportation[edit]

  • Lift vector, an upwards force acting on aircraft
  • Thrust vectoring, the ability of an aircraft or other vehicle to direct the thrust from its main engine(s)

Other uses[edit]

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