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row vector

Syllabification: row vec·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈrō ˌvektər
 
/

Definition of row vector in English:

noun

Mathematics
A vector represented by a matrix consisting of a single row of elements.
Example sentences
  • A multiple-bounded regression technique for double-bounded data can be used when each person's responses remain as a row vector in the aggregate response matrix.
  • The attitude/sociodemographic variables, along with other information collected on each individual, can be appended to each row vector.
  • Elements of the row vectors x’ i, w’ i, and z’ i, associated with a missing residual, contain only zeroes.

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