Smallest elements in array
- C = min(A)
- C = min(A,,dim)
- [C,I] = min(...)
C = min(A) returns the
smallest elements along different dimensions of an array.
If A is a vector, min(A) returns
the smallest element in A.
If A is a matrix, min(A) treats
the columns of A as vectors, returning a row vector
containing the minimum element from each column.
If A is a multidimensional array, min operates
along the first nonsingleton dimension.
C = min(A,,dim) returns
the smallest elements along the dimension of A specified
by scalar dim. For example, min(A,,1) produces
the minimum values along the first dimension of A.
[C,I] = min(...) finds
the indices of the minimum values of A, and returns
them in output vector I. If there are several identical
minimum values, the index of the first one found is returned.
C = min(A,B) returns an
array the same size as A and B with
the smallest elements taken from A or B.
The dimensions of A and B must
match, or they may be scalar.
Return the minimum of a 2-by-3 matrix from each column:
X = [2 8 4; 7 3 9];
2 3 4
Return the minimum from each row:
Compare each element of X to
2 5 4
5 3 5
For complex input A, min returns
the complex number with the smallest complex modulus (magnitude),
computed with min(abs(A)). Then computes the smallest
phase angle with min(angle(x)), if necessary.
The min function ignores NaNs.
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