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multidimensional array (plural multidimensional arrays)
 (programming) A data structure consisting of a vector of vectors, in the case of a 2dimensional array, or, in the case of an Ndimensional array, a vector of multidimensional arrays of degree N minus 1, thereby allowing the simulation of a Ndimensional grid of storage locations using an underlying memory architecture in which storage is addressed in a linear fashion.
 (programming) A data structure that has the semantics of an array of arrays, all of which may be indexed with values of any data type, usually with a supporting syntax builtinto a programming language.
 (programming) Any abstraction, usually a memory resident data structure, that addresses storage locations via an Ndimensional coordinate space.
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data structure consisting of a vector of vectors

data structure that has the semantics of an array of arrays

abstraction that addresses storage locations via an Ndimensional coordinate space
