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lsb

Scaling of least significant bit of fi object, or value of least significant bit of quantizer object

Syntax

b = lsb(a)
p = lsb(q)

Description

b = lsb(a) returns the scaling of the least significant bit of fi object a. The result is equivalent to the result given by the eps function.

p = lsb(q) returns the quantization level of quantizer object q, or the distance from 1.0 to the next largest floating-point number if q is a floating-point quantizer object.

Examples

This example uses the lsb function to find the value of the least significant bit of the quantizer object q.

 q = quantizer('fixed',[8 7]);
 p = lsb(q)

p =

    0.0078

Extended Capabilities

Introduced before R2006a

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