Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of vector.

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Examples

  • Torque vectoring, which is the capacity to generate different torques at each of the driving wheels, is particularly suited to electric vehicles and significantly reduces the conflict between stability and response.

    Autoblog

  • "vectoring," to boost the potential capacity of the broadband connection.

    Light Reading:

  • "vectoring," which aims to curb crosstalk rather than mask it.

    Light Reading:

  • "vectoring," which, in theory, will help boost VDSL2 line speeds to 100 Mbit/s downstream and

    Light Reading:

  • Drift you can remedy with thrust vectoring and placing more stringent limits on launch winds.

    Ares Doubts Continue to Mount - NASA Watch

  • In addition to the center diff, the electronically controlled rear differential provides side-to-side torque vectoring.

    Jeep's Great Big Beast of Solid Grace

  • And sure enough, the FF chewed through the snowy hairpins and esses like some six-figure Subaru, with the computers furiously stuttering the brakes, vectoring the torque, nulling out rotation.

    The Coolest Ferrari Ever—Drive Carefully

  • Up to 20% of engine torque can be channeled through the PTU, which like the rear transaxle provides side-to-side torque vectoring to help the car maintain the desired line.

    The Coolest Ferrari Ever—Drive Carefully

  • Dan Neil "The FF chewed through the snowy hairpins and esses like some six-figure Subaru," says Mr. Neil, "with the computers furiously stuttering the brakes, vectoring the torque and otherwise working themselves into a smolder keeping the car out of the snowbank."

    Supercar on Ice

  • The new CLS's fuselage is scored with two dramatic contour lines vectoring rearward to intersect with the punched-out rear-fender contour, which is a bit of a signature for Mercedes's design chief, Gorden Wagener.

    Mercedes: a Demon of Hurtling Mass

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