- Smooth vector
**Smooth vector**may refer to*

**Smooth vector**for a strongly continuous group action, seegroup action

***Smooth vector field**on a differentiable manifold, see thetangent space .

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- Smooth vector
**Smooth vector**may refer to*

**Smooth vector**for a strongly continuous group action, seegroup action

***Smooth vector field**on a differentiable manifold, see thetangent space .

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2010.*

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