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3D Game Math Primer 3: What Are Vectors Anyway?

, 10 Dec 2012 CPOL
Well what are vectors anyway? The topic of vectors crop up in geometry, physics, engineering disciplines, mechanics, etc. How they are used, as well as their definitions at times, vary from context to context. Below I have listed how vectors are defined in some contexts: 1.
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Mark Vinod Sinnathamby
Technical Lead Exilesoft
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
Mark is a Technical Lead at Exilesoft, whose passion lies in coding, mentoring, and fueling technical innovation. In the past, he has worked as a developer for a product engineering company, an ERP/Technical Consultant in a Fortune 500 conglomerate, and also as a senior engineer for a startup in the manufacturing and design space. His current areas of research revolve around Enterprise Architecture, Big Data, NoSQL Technology, and Machine Learning.

In his spare time, Mark experiments with (computer) game design/development, operating system internals, and compiler design. He also discusses and blogs about various topics surrounding software development, computer science, game programming, and mathematics, which can be read at markfaction.wordpress.com. Feel free to email or message him anytime and strike up a conversation.

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