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how can i sort a matrix (all rows and columns are sorted) without using any special function like "sort"?

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i guess it has to do something with "min" and "max" functions...
for example:
A = [2 3 4 5; 6 9 1 5]; %%%"A" can be of any size %%%
%%%B = sorted A %%%
min(A) = [2 3 1 5]; %%%1st unsorted row of B %%%
max(A) = [6 9 4 5]; %%%2nd unsorted row of B %%%
now i've to sort the rows...
any idea?

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Jan el 6 de Dic. de 2012
This is a perfect question for an internet research:

Babak el 6 de Dic. de 2012
Editada: Babak el 6 de Dic. de 2012
If you don't want to use sort() then you can write your own sorting algorithm. Like this one (untested):
function B = mysortfunc(A)
if size(A,1)*size(A,2)~=length(A)
errordlg('enter a vector');
if size(A,2)~=1
rem_A = A;
for j=1:length(A)
[value,index] = min(rem_A);
B(j) = value;
if index>1
A1 = rem_A(1:index-1);
if index<length(rem_A)
A2 = rem_A(index+1:end);
A2 = [];
rem_A = [A1 , A2]
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Jan el 9 de Dic. de 2012
I'm convinced, that even the scroll of parchment in the Egypt libraries have been sorted with smarter methods 5000 years ago, but I cannot find any resources to prove this.
The optimal sorting machine is still the SFL (spaghetti fork lifter): Cut spaghetti noodles according to the values to be sorted. Lift them up and push them against a wall. The processing time does not depend on the number of elements and even the pre-processing is only O(n).

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Pritesh Shah
Pritesh Shah el 7 de Dic. de 2012
Simple Solution A = [2 3 4 5; 6 9 1 5]
A =
2 3 4 5
6 9 1 5
>> sort(min(A))
ans =
1 2 3 5


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