ILNumerics Ultimate VS

ILMathmaxall Method (ConcreteArraycomplex, Arraycomplex, InArraycomplex, OutArraycomplex, RetArraycomplex, Storagecomplex, OutArrayInt64, StorageOrders, Boolean)

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Computes the (flattened, row-major) sequential index and value of the element with the maximum value in A.

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Namespace:  ILNumerics
Assembly:  ILNumerics.Computing (in ILNumerics.Computing.dll) Version: (5.5.7503.3146)

public static RetArray<complex> maxall(
	ConcreteArray<complex, Array<complex>, InArray<complex>, OutArray<complex>, RetArray<complex>, Storage<complex>> A,
	OutArray<long> index = null,
	StorageOrders order = StorageOrders.ColumnMajor,
	bool ignoreNaN = true


Type: ILNumerics.Core.ArraysConcreteArraycomplex, Arraycomplex, InArraycomplex, OutArraycomplex, RetArraycomplex, Storagecomplex
Array to compute the maximum for. This is not altered.
index (Optional)
Type: ILNumericsOutArrayInt64
[Optional] index of the maximum value. Default: (null) the index is not returned.
order (Optional)
Type: ILNumericsStorageOrders
[Optional] iteration order for the flattened sequential indices. Default: ColumnMajor.
ignoreNaN (Optional)
Type: SystemBoolean
[Optional] determins how NaN values are handled for floating point element types. Ignored for integer elements. Defaul: (true) ignores NaNs.

Return Value

Type: RetArraycomplex
Scalar array with the maximum value in A.

See max(BaseArraycomplex, OutArrayInt64, Int32, Boolean) for getting the maximum values along a specific dimension.

The functions 'max','min','maxall','minall' give all similar results between the framework APIs (ILNumericsV4/Matlab(R) / numpy) but show individual behavior regarding the handling of floating point NaN values and iteration order. The value of 'true' for ignoreNaN corresponds to the behavior of ILNumerics version 4/ Matlab(R). Only if all elements in A are NaN the value of the result will also be NaN. This is the default.

The value of 'false' for ignoreNaN gives the numpy behavior: NaN values take precedence over non-NaN values. If one element in the set of values is NaN the result will also be NaN. This is the default behavior for such functions defined as [numpy API] extension methods on the array classes.

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See Also


MathInternal.max(BaseArraycomplex, OutArrayInt64, Int32, Boolean)