# interval_intersection: Finds the intersection between two unions of intervals. In genscore: Generalized Score Matching Estimators

## Description

Finds the intersection between two unions of intervals.

## Usage

 `1` ```interval_intersection(A, B) ```

## Arguments

 `A` A list of vectors of size 2, each representing an interval. It is required that `A[[i]] <= A[[i]] <= A[[j]]` for any `i < j`. `B` A list of vectors of size 2, each representing an interval. It is required that `A[[i]] <= A[[i]] <= A[[j]]` for any `i < j`.

## Details

Finds the intersection between the union of all intervals in `A` and the union of all intervals in `B`.

## Value

A list of vectors of size 2, whose union represents the intersection between `A` and `B`.

## Examples

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11``` ```interval_intersection(list(c(1.2,1.5), c(2.3,2.7)), list(c(0.6,1.4), c(2.5,3.6), c(6.3,6.9))) interval_intersection(list(c(-0.3,0.55), c(2.35,2.8)), list(c(0.54,0.62), c(2.5,2.9))) interval_intersection(list(c(0,1)), list(c(1,2))) interval_intersection(list(c(0,1+1e-8)), list(c(1,2))) interval_intersection(list(c(0,1), c(2,3)), list(c(1,2))) interval_intersection(list(c(0,1+1e-8), c(2-1e-8,3)), list(c(1,2))) interval_intersection(list(c(0,1)), list()) ```

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