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Resize image

`B = imresize(A,scale)`

```
B = imresize(A,[numrows
numcols])
```

```
[Y,newmap]
= imresize(X,map,___)
```

`___ = imresize(___,method)`

`___ = imresize(___,Name,Value)`

returns image `B`

= imresize(`A`

,`scale`

)`B`

that is `scale`

times
the size of `A`

. The input image `A`

can
be a grayscale, RGB, or binary image. If `A`

has more than
two dimensions, `imresize`

only resizes the first two
dimensions. If `scale`

is in the range [0, 1],
`B`

is smaller than `A`

. If
`scale`

is greater than 1, `B`

is
larger than `A`

. By default, `imresize`

uses
bicubic interpolation.

returns image `B`

= imresize(`A`

,```
[numrows
numcols]
```

)`B`

that has the number of rows and columns
specified by the two-element vector `[numrows numcols]`

.

`___ = imresize(___,`

returns the resized image where `Name,Value`

)`Name,Value`

pairs control
various aspects of the resizing operation.

If the size of the output image is not an integer,

`imresize`

does not use the scale specified.`imresize`

uses`ceil`

when calculating the output image size.

`gpuArray`

| `imresize3`

| `imrotate`

| `imtransform`

| `interp2`

| `tformarray`

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