> (greaterthan sign)
The greater than relational operator.
Syntax

a > b

a
andb
are real numbers


u > v

u
andv
are real vectors of the same dimension


u > 0

u
is a real vector


A > B

A
andB
are real matrices of the same size


A > 0

A
is a real matrix


t > s

t
ands
are date or datetime structures

Description

If
a
andb
are real numbers, thena > b
istrue
iffa
is greater thanb
. No epsilons are used. Hence, even ifa
andb
are essentially equal,a > b
might betrue
. For example,sin(π) > 0
might or might not betrue
. 
If
u
andv
are real vectors of the same dimension, thenu > v
istrue
iff every component ofu
is greater than the corresponding component ofv
. No epsilons are used. 
If
u
is a real vector, thenu > 0
istrue
iffu
is positive, that is, iff every component ofu
is positive. 
If
A
andB
are real matrices of the same size, thenA > B
istrue
iff every entry ofA
is greater than the corresponding entry ofB
. No epsilons are used. 
If
A
is a real matrix, thenA > 0
istrue
iffA
is positive, that is, iff every entry ofA
is positive. 
If
t
ands
are date or datetime structures, thent > s
istrue
ifft
denotes a later point in time thans
.
The >
operator is implemented by the GreaterThan
function.
Examples
39/17 > 381/167
true
❨❨5, 1, 2❩, ❨1, 3, 2❩❩ > 0
true
tomorrow() > yesterday()
true