The module "find_disjoint_interval" of the Mastrave modelling library
Copyright © 2006,2007,2008,2009,2010 Daniele de Rigo
The file find_disjoint_interval.m is part of Mastrave.
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[interval_idx, value_idx] = find_disjoint_interval( disjoint_intervals , values , inclusion )
Given the vectors a and b with the same size and satisfying the
all( a < b )
all( a == sort(a) )
all( b == sort(b) )
all( b(1:end-1) <= a(2:end) )
disjoint_intervals = [ a b ] find_disjoint_interval finds the index i of a and b and the index j of another vector values such that
a(i) <= values(j) < b(i)
if inclusion == '[)' (or if it's omitted), otherwise
a(i) < values(j) <= b(i)
if inclusion == '(]' .
The sets of indexes i and j are returned respectively in the vectors interval_idx and value_idx .
disjoint_intervals ::matrix,real:: 2-columns matrix of non-overlapping real intervals sorted in ascending order values ::real:: vector or matrix of values for which determine to which interval each of them belong inclusion ::string:: set which interval border check has to be performed. If omitted, default option is '[)'. Valid options are: option │ meaning ─────────────┼──────────────────────────────── '[)' │ a(i) <= values(j) < b(i) ─────────────┼──────────────────────────────── '(]' │ a(i) < values(j) <= b(i)
See also: create_contiguous_intervals Keywords: intervals, keys, indexes version: 0.6.5
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