Math node

The Maximum node returns the largest of its two input values, X and Y, essential for setting upper limits or caps in calculations. This node plays a critical role in defining maximum thresholds and optimizing outcomes.

Importance: Key in ensuring values do not exceed a certain level, the Maximum node is integral in processes where upper bounds are crucial, such as in resource allocation or performance optimization.

Use Cases: Used in animations to set upper limits on scaling or movement, in budgeting for capping expenses, and in engineering for stress or capacity limits.