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Scale range of array elements

`B = rescale(A)`

`B = rescale(A,l,u)`

`B = rescale(___,Name,Value)`

scales the entries of an array to the interval [0,1]. The output array
`B`

= rescale(`A`

)`B`

is the same size as `A`

.

specifies additional parameters for scaling an array for either of the previous
syntaxes. For example, `B`

= rescale(___,`Name,Value`

)`rescale(A,'InputMin',5)`

sets all elements
in `A`

that are less than 5 equal to 5 before scaling to the range
[0,1].

`B = rescale(A,l,u,'InputMin',inmin,'InputMax',inmax)`

uses the
formula

`l + [(A-inmin)./(inmax-inmin)].*(u-l)`

to scale the elements of an array `A`

.

If

`l`

and`u`

are not specified, then`rescale`

uses the default values 0 and 1, respectively.If the

`'InputMin'`

name-value pair is not specified, then`rescale`

sets its value to the default`min(A(:))`

.If the

`'InputMax'`

name-value pair is not specified, then`rescale`

sets its value to the default`max(A(:))`

.

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