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quan·tum [kwon-tuhm] noun, plural quan·ta [kwon-tuh] 1. quantity or amount: the least quantum of evidence. 2. a particular amount. 3. a share or portion. 4. a large quantity; bulk. 5. Physics: a. the smallest quantity of radiant energy, equal to Planck's constant times the frequency of the associated radiation. b. the fundamental unit of a quantized physical magnitude, as angular momentum. adjective 6. sudden and significant: a quantum increase in productivity.
voxel vox·el [vŏk'səl] noun (By analogy with "pixel") Volume element. The smallest distinguishable box-shaped part of a three-dimensional space. A particular voxel will be identified by the x, y and z coordinates of one of its eight corners, or perhaps its centre. The term is used in three dimensional modelling.