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Vectorization may refer to:


  • Array programming, a style of computer programming where operations are applied to whole arrays instead of individual elements
  • Automatic vectorization, a compiler optimization that transforms loops to vector operations
  • Image tracing, the creation of vector from raster graphics
  • Word embedding, mapping words to vectors, in natural language processing

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