ParaMonte Fortran 2.0.0
Parallel Monte Carlo and Machine Learning Library
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This module contains procedures and generic interfaces for computing element-wise minimum/maximum value/location of the real and imaginary components of scalars and arrays of arbitrary ranks of type complex
of arbitrary kinds.
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Data Types | |
interface | max |
Generate and return the component-wise maximum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
interface | maxloc |
Generate and return the component-wise location of the maximum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
interface | maxval |
Generate and return the component-wise maximum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
interface | min |
Generate and return the component-wise minimum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
interface | minloc |
Generate and return the component-wise location of the minimum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
interface | minval |
Generate and return the component-wise minimum value of (both real and imaginary parts of) the input complex . More... | |
Variables | |
character(*, SK), parameter | MODULE_NAME = "@pm_complexMinMax" |
This module contains procedures and generic interfaces for computing element-wise minimum/maximum value/location of the real and imaginary components of scalars and arrays of arbitrary ranks of type complex
of arbitrary kinds.
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character(*,SK), parameter pm_complexMinMax::MODULE_NAME = "@pm_complexMinMax" |
Definition at line 50 of file pm_complexMinMax.F90.