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    Vector Display

    A type of video display—similar to an oscilloscope—which generates screen images as a series of lines—or vectors—by moving an electron beam across a cathode ray tube between defined points, as opposed to a conventional computer display which generates a screen image as a bit map comprising many tiny, individually-illuminated pixels.

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