# Scalar-Valued Vector

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A Scalar-Valued Vector is a vector whose vector elements are real numbers.

**AKA:**Real Number Vector.**Context:**- It can (typically) be from a from a Continuous Vector Space.
- It can range from being a Dense Continuous-Valued Vector to being a Sparse Continuous-Valued Vector.
- It can be an input to a Continuous Vector-Input Function.
- It can be an output to a Continuous Vector-Output Function.

**Example(s):****Counter-Example(s):**- a Discrete Vector, such as an integer vector or a bit vector.
- a Continuous Tuple (not associated with a vector space).
- a Scalar.
- a Continuous-Valued Matrix.

**See:**Real Number Line, 2-D Real Matrix.

## References

### 2014

- http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RealVector.html
- QUOTE: A vector whose elements are real numbers.

### 2010

- http://graphics.stanford.edu/courses/cs368-00-spring/TA/manuals/LEDA/vector.html
- QUOTE: An instance of data type vector is a vector of variables of type double. ...
... Vectors are implemented by arrays of real numbers.

- QUOTE: An instance of data type vector is a vector of variables of type double. ...