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/**
* INCLUDE: polycutout.hh
*
* MODULE: rasodmg
* CLASS: r_PolygonCutOut
*
* COMMENTS:
*
* This class is intended to perform the polygon cut out operation
* Except for the r_PolygonCutOut class, everything else is just
* for internal use
* Attention: this version works good (I hope :-) but has just a tiny geometrical problem:
* as usual in discrete space, lines are build up by little horiontal segments.
* Edges are considered to be inside, except the first little segment of a line.
* This is only for avoiding a bigger problem, I will develop a better algorythm
*/
/*
This module is intended to perform polygon cut out operation. It supports the exact ESRI specifications
regarding "clean" polygons, this means: not self intersecting, closed, if you walk from an point to the
next of edge the inside is on the right. It also supports multiple rings, but the outer one has to have
the "inside" inside.
Don't forget that the rasdaman coordinates are with x left->right and y top->down, or at least
I have considered them so because of the usual coordinates of tiffs
*/
#ifndef _R_POLYGON_CUT_OUT_HH
#define _R_POLYGON_CUT_OUT_HH
#include
#include
#include
#include
using std::string;
using std::list;
using std::vector;
using std::ostream;
#include "raslib/point.hh"
#include "raslib/minterval.hh"
#include "rasodmg/polygon.hh"
//@ManMemo: Module: {\bf rasodmg}
/**
* \ingroup Rasodmgs
*/
class r_SegmentIterator
{
public:
r_SegmentIterator(r_Point&,r_Point&);
void reset();
r_Point next();
bool hasMore();
int cosFunc(); // limited use,1000 * cos(alfa)
private:
void swap(r_Range&, r_Range&);
r_Point createCurrentPoint();
r_Point start;
r_Point end;
int cadran;
r_Range dx,dy;
r_Range cx,cy;
int beta;
};
/**
* \ingroup Rasodmgs
*/
class r_Line
{
public:
r_Line();
r_Line(double,double,double);
r_Line(r_Point&,r_Point&);
double getA();
double getB();
double getC();
float ecuatia(r_Point&);
private:
double a,b,c;
friend ostream& operator<<(ostream&,r_Line&);
};
/**
* \ingroup Rasodmgs
*/
class r_PolygonCutOut
{
public:
r_PolygonCutOut();
~r_PolygonCutOut();
void setImageSize(r_Range width, r_Range height);
void setMArray(r_GMarray& myArray);
void addPolygon(const r_Polygon&);
bool fillMArrayInside(const string& bgr = "") throw(r_Error);
bool fillMArrayOutside(const string& bgr = "") throw(r_Error);
// just for debugging
void print(int onlyLine=-1);
void printLine(r_Range line);
private:
bool compute();
void eraseLine( r_Range, r_Range, r_Range y, const string& bgr ) throw(r_Error);
r_Range imgWidth,imgHeight;
r_Range imgX,imgY; // - the origin of the mdd domain
r_GMarray *mArray;
std::list polygons;
struct TablePoint
{ r_Range x;
int inside; // where the inside is, -1 left, +1 right, 0 hor. line
int cosFunc;
bool operator==(TablePoint&);
};
r_Range tableWidth;
r_Range tableHeight;
TablePoint *table;
int *usedCount;
TablePoint& getTP(r_Range line, r_Range column);
bool initTable();
void clearTables();
int computeTableWidth();
int computeInside(r_Point start, r_Point end);
void computeOneSegment(r_Point start, r_Point end, int inside);
void computeOneHorSegment(r_Point start, r_Point end);
void ordonateLine(int line);
void minimizeLine(int line);
void replacePoint(r_Range line,r_Range col,int inside, int cosFunc);
void addPoint(r_Range line,r_Range col,int inside, int cosFunc);
};
#endif