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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vectorise.


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  • With the advanced vectorised technology of the QuIC Engine ™, our solutions perform highly complex, large-scale calculations at unparalleled speed with unmatched accuracy.

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  • It includes an advanced parallel kinematics controller/driver featuring vectorised motion with arbitrary pivot-point capability, as well as an extensive software package.

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  • Early betas of Vista included widespread use of virtual folders and the promise of a fully vectorised and hence scalable graphical interface, for instance.

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  • Currently, over 600,000 seismic section and 30,000 well logs are being scanned and vectorised in good time for the eventual drilling.

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  • According to a Nabble post from an OpenStreetMap (OSM) community member the French Minister of the Economy, and the Direction Générale des Finances publiques (DGFiP) in charge of the French cadastre have allowed the OSM project access to vectorised geo-data from the French land registry.

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  • Turns out that the basic converter function in the code had a number of problems: it converted to integer, only covered a single scalar rather than vectorised mode, and erroneously reduced a reference count.

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  • Ericsson also said in its statement that vectorised VDSL2 could be used by operators to :

  • According to Ericsson, a benefit of vectorised VDSL2 lies in improved power management and lower power consumption, as the lines in a cable are decoupled in terms of interference. :

  • I know they are vectorised but how do they get small details.



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