Math node

The Minimum node returns the smallest of its two input values, X and Y, crucial for determining boundaries or limits in calculations. This node is instrumental in optimizing and constraint-setting.

Importance: Vital for establishing lower bounds in any computational context, the Minimum node aids in maintaining control over values, preventing them from falling below desired thresholds.

Use Cases: Useful in animations for setting lower limits on motion or transformations, in optimization problems for finding minimum costs or paths, and in data analysis for identifying lower extremes.