fill a vector (efficiently) with values specified by matrix and multiple vectors

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I need to run this problem efficiently (because it will run a billion times or more)
There is a fixed 2x2x2 matrix M
Each time the code runs, there are three vectors x,y,z of length N corresponding to the same entitities.
their values are 1 or 2, because the correspond to matrix M. So that each entity is linked to a element of M. I.e. value I want for entity 1: M(x(1),y(1),z(1))
So my goal is to have a vector of length N filled with the values I want BUT
as efficiently as possible (one line?)
I currently do it for only two vectors like this
tmp=M(x,y,z(1)); %which creates a N by N matrix instead of a vector
%NOTE: this uses z(1), but I would like to use the whole vector z
OUT=tmp(1:N+1:end); %which extracts the diagonal, which are the values I want
Any suggestions appreciated
I currently have Corona and can't figure out how I need to replace "1:N+1:end" to deal with a N by N by N matrix, which would work (unlike my brain right now)
if N~100 that matrix (which I don't need) gets pretty big and probably slows it all down. So would nice to avoid that

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Matt J
Matt J on 5 Jul 2022
Edited: Matt J on 5 Jul 2022
OUT=M( sub2ind(size(M),x,y,z) )
OUT = 10×1
7 7 7 6 7 7 7 8 7 7

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