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vector graphicsImages which are based on simple shapes such as curves, straight lines and polygons generated by mathematical equations. Because of this they can be stretched to any size without losing image quality.

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vector graphicsA graphic stored as a series of mathematical instructions that are then used to form an image. Since vector graphics are stored as mathematical formulas, their file sizes are smaller than bitmap image [..]

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vector graphicsSame as objectoriented graphics, refers to software and hardware that use geometrical formulas to represent images. The other method for representing graphical images is through bit maps, in which th [..]

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vector graphicscreation of digital images through a sequence of commands or mathematical statements that place lines and shapes in a given twodimensional or threedimensional space.

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vector graphicsGraphics displayed using a technology that specifies how an image is represented by using vector notation; for example, a starting point, a length, and the direction that the line to be drawn from the starting point is to take. From a mathematical perspective, a vector graphics image is simply a collection of individual lines or vectors.

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vector graphicsA way of representing pictures by designating coordinates and drawing lines or geometric shapes in relation to them. Vector graphics are different from raster graphics, in which an image is stored as [..]

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vector graphicsImage made up of individual objects, which are defined as mathematical elements with specific characteristics.

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vector graphicsA vector image is one of the two major types of graphic formats (see also: raster or bitmap graphics). Vector graphics create an image by using many individual objects. Each of these objects can be defined by mathematical statements and has individual properties assigned to it such as color, fill, and outline. Vector graphics are resolution indepen [..]

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vector graphics Shapebased graphics in which an image is specified as a list of the shapes or objects that appear in the image.

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vector graphicsA graphic stored as a series of mathematical instructions that are then used to form an image. Since vector graphics are stored as mathematical formulas, their file sizes are smaller than bitmap image [..]

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vector graphicsThe presentation of images stored as line segments or other mathematical representations.

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vector graphicsA type of graphics file that stores the image as a collection of geometric shapes.

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vector graphicsVector Graphics are graphics that are made up of geometrically defined shapes rather than individual pixels. This allows the graphics to be resized without encountering "pixilation," or jagged edges. For this reason, vector graphics are preferred for geometric and nonphotographic design elements, such as logos and illustrations.

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