"\ncould represent a high pass filter (Note that by implying three neighborhoods, the operator returned a row vector of three components.\n"

"It is a typical behaviour for several operators of this application).\n"

"It is a typical behaviour for many operators of this application).\n"

"\n\n"

"- Operators:\n\n"

"In addition to the previous operators, other operators are available:\n"

"- existing operators/functions from muParserX, that were not originally defined for vectors and\n"

"matrices (for instance cos, sin, ...). These new operators/ functions keep the original names to\n"

"which we add the prefix ”v” for vector (vcos, vsin, ...).\n"

"- mult and div operators, that perform element-wise multiplication or division of vector/matrices (for instance im1 div im2)\n"

"matrices (for instance cos, sin, ...). These new operators/ functions keep the original names to which we added the prefix ”v” for vector (vcos, vsin, ...).\n"

"- mult, div and pow operators, that perform element-wise multiplication, division or exponentiation of vector/matrices (for instance im1 div im2)\n"

"- mlt, dv and pw operators, that perform multiplication, division or exponentiation of vector/matrices by a scalar (for instance im1 dv 2.0)\n"

"- bands, which is a very usefull operator. It allows to select specific bands from an image, and/or to rearrange them in a new vector;\n"

"for instance bands(im1,{1,2,1,1}) produces a vector of 4 components made of band 1, band 2, band 1 and band 1 values from the first input.\n"

"Note that curly brackets must be used in order to select the desired band indices.\n"