Many functions in MATLAB® software are enhanced so that they operate on distributed arrays in much the same way that they operate on arrays contained in a single workspace.
In most cases, if any of the input arguments to these functions is a distributed or codistributed array, their output arrays are distributed or codistributed, respectively. If the output is always scalar, it is replicated on each worker. All these functions with codistributed array inputs must reference the same inputs at the same time on all workers; therefore, you cannot use variant arrays for input arguments.
The following table lists the enhanced MATLAB functions that operate on distributed or codistributed arrays.
A few of these functions might exhibit certain limitations when operating on a distributed or codistributed array. Click any function name to see specific help, including limitations.
abs acos acosd acosh acot acotd acoth acsc acscd acsch all and(&) angle any arrayfun asec asecd asech asin asind asinh atan atan2 atan2d atand atanh bandwidth besselh besseli besselj besselk bessely beta betainc betaincinv betaln bicg bicgstab bitand bitor bitxor bounds bsxfun
isinf isinteger islogical isnan isnumeric isreal issparse issymmetric istril istriu ldivide(.\) le(<=) length log log10 log1p log2 logical lsqr lt(<) lu max mean
The following list shows functions that can help you work with sparse distributed arrays. In addition to this list, most element-wise functions in MATLAB also work for distributed arrays.