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M Sohrabinia


University of Canterbury

Active since 2012

Professional Interests: Image processing of the remotely sensed data

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What is the reasoning behind the fact that min(0,NaN) is 0?
NaN is considered undefined, so undefined is ignored by most functions (0/0 will be resulted in NaN which is basically undefined...

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