CGAL 4.12.1  2D Arrangements

#include <CGAL/Arrangement_2.h>
Inherited by CGAL::Arrangement_with_history_2< Traits, Dcel >.
An object arr
of the class Arrangement_2
represents the planar subdivision induced by a set of \( x\)monotone curves and isolated points into maximally connected cells. The arrangement is represented as a doublyconnected edgelist (Dcel) such that each Dcel vertex is associated with a point of the plane and each edge is associated with an \( x\)monotone curve whose interior is disjoint from all other edges and vertices. Recall that an arrangement edge is always comprised of a pair of twin Dcel halfedges.
The Arrangement_2
template has two parameters:
Traits
templateparameter should be instantiated with a model of the ArrangementBasicTraits_2
concept. The traits class defines the types of \( x\)monotone curves and twodimensional points, namely ArrangementBasicTraits_2::X_monotone_curve_2
and ArrangementBasicTraits_2::Point_2
, respectively, and supports basic geometric predicates on them. Dcel
templateparameter should be instantiated with a class that is a model of the ArrangementDcel
concept. The value of this parameter is by default Arr_default_dcel<Traits>
. The available traits classes and Dcel classes are described below.
ArrangementDcel
Arr_default_dcel<Traits>
ArrangementBasicTraits_2
CGAL::overlay()
CGAL::is_valid()
Insertion Functions
CGAL::insert()
CGAL::insert_non_intersecting_curve()
CGAL::insert_non_intersecting_curves()
CGAL::insert_point()
Removal functions
Input/output functions
CGAL::read()
CGAL::write()
Classes  
class  Face 
An object of the class Face represents an arrangement face, namely, a \( 2\)dimensional arrangement cell. More...  
class  Halfedge 
An object \( e\) of the class Halfedge represents a halfedge in the arrangement. More...  
class  Vertex 
An object \( v\) of the class Vertex represents an arrangement vertex, that is  a \( 0\)dimensional cell, associated with a point on the plane. More...  
Types  
typedef Arrangement_2< Traits_2, Dcel >  Self 
a private type used as an abbreviation of the Arrangement_2 type hereafter.  
typedef Traits  Traits_2 
the traits class in use.  
typedef Traits_2::Point_2  Point_2 
the point type, as defined by the traits class.  
typedef Traits_2::X_monotone_curve_2  X_monotone_curve_2 
the \( x\)monotone curve type, as defined by the traits class.  
typedef Dcel::Size  Size 
the size type (equivalent to size_t ).  
The following handles, iterators, and circulators all have respective constant counterparts (for example, in addition to See [9] for a discussion of constant versus mutable iterator types. The mutable types are assignable to their constant counterparts. All handles are model of  
typedef unspecified_type  Vertex_handle 
a handle for an arrangement vertex.  
typedef unspecified_type  Halfedge_handle 
a handle for a halfedge. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Face_handle 
a handle for an arrangement face.  
typedef unspecified_type  Vertex_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the vertices of the arrangement. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Halfedge_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the halfedges of the arrangement. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Edge_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the edges of the arrangement. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Face_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the faces of arrangement. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Unbounded_face_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the unbounded faces of arrangement. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Halfedge_around_vertex_circulator 
a bidirectional circulator over the halfedges that have a given vertex as their target. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Ccb_halfedge_circulator 
a bidirectional circulator over the halfedges of a CCB (connected component of the boundary). More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Hole_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the holes (i.e., inner CCBs) contained inside a given face. More...  
typedef unspecified_type  Isolated_vertex_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the isolated vertices contained inside a given face. More...  
Creation  
Arrangement_2 ()  
constructs an empty arrangement containing one unbounded face, which corresponds to the entire plane.  
Arrangement_2 (const Self &other)  
copy constructor.  
Arrangement_2 (const Traits_2 *traits)  
constructs an empty arrangement that uses the given traits instance for performing the geometric predicates.  
Assignment Methods  
Self &  operator= (other) 
assignment operator.  
void  assign (const Self &other) 
assigns the contents of another arrangement.  
void  clear () 
clears the arrangement.  
Access Functions  
Traits_2 *  get_traits () 
returns the traits object used by the arrangement instance. More...  
bool  is_empty () const 
determines whether the arrangement is empty (contains only the unbounded face, with no vertices or edges).  
Accessing the Arrangement Vertices  
All  
Size  number_of_vertices () const 
returns the number of vertices in the arrangement.  
Size  number_of_isolated_vertices () const 
returns the total number of isolated vertices in the arrangement.  
Vertex_iterator  vertices_begin () 
returns the beginiterator of the vertices in the arrangement.  
Vertex_iterator  vertices_end () 
returns the pasttheend iterator of the vertices in the arrangement.  
unspecified_type  vertex_handles () 
returns a range over handles of the arrangement vertices .  
Size  number_of_vertices_at_infinity () const 
returns the number of arrangement vertices that lie at infinity and are not associated with valid points. More...  
Accessing the Arrangement Halfedges  
All  
Size  number_of_halfedges () const 
returns the number of halfedges in the arrangement.  
Halfedge_iterator  halfedges_begin () 
returns the beginiterator of the halfedges in the arrangement.  
Halfedge_iterator  halfedges_end () 
returns the pasttheend iterator of the halfedges in the arrangement.  
unspecified_type  halfedge_handles () 
returns a range over handles of the arrangement halfedges .  
Size  number_of_edges () const 
returns the number of edges in the arrangement (equivalent to arr.number_of_halfedges() / 2 ).  
Edge_iterator  edges_begin () 
returns the beginiterator of the edges in the arrangement.  
Edge_iterator  edges_end () 
returns the pasttheend iterator of the edges in the arrangement.  
unspecified_type  edge_handles () 
returns a range over handles of the arrangement edges .  
Accessing the Arrangement Faces  
All  
Face_handle  unbounded_face () 
returns a handle for an unbounded face of the arrangement. More...  
Size  number_of_faces () const 
returns the number of faces in the arrangement.  
Face_iterator  faces_begin () 
returns the beginiterator of the faces in the arrangement.  
Face_iterator  faces_end () 
returns the pasttheend iterator of the faces in the arrangement.  
unspecified_type  face_handles () 
returns a range over handles of the arrangement faces .  
Size  number_of_unbounded_faces () const 
returns the number of unbounded faces in the arrangement. More...  
Unbounded_face_iterator  unbounded_faces_begin () 
returns the beginiterator of the unbounded faces in the arrangement.  
Unbounded_face_iterator  unbounded_faces_end () 
returns the pasttheend iterator of the unbounded faces in the arrangement.  
Face_handle  fictitious_face () 
returns a handle to the fictitious face of the arrangement. More...  
Casting Away Constness  
It is sometimes necessary to convert a constant (nonmutable) handle to a mutable handle. For example, the result of a pointlocation query is a nonmutable handle for the arrangement cell containing the query point. Assume that the query point lies on an edge, so we obtain a  
Vertex_handle  non_const_handle (Vertex_const_handle v) 
casts the given constant vertex handle to an equivalent mutable handle.  
Halfedge_handle  non_const_handle (Halfedge_const_handle e) 
casts the given constant halfedge handle to an equivalent mutable handle.  
Face_handle  non_const_handle (Face_const_handle f) 
casts the given constant face handle to an equivalent mutable handle.  
Specialized Insertion Methods  
Vertex_handle  insert_in_face_interior (const Point_2 &p, Face_handle f) 
inserts the point p into the arrangement as an isolated vertex in the interior of the face f and returns a handle for the newly created vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_in_face_interior (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Face_handle f) 
inserts the curve c that is entirely contained in the interior of a given face f . More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_left_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Vertex_handle v) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_right_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Vertex_handle v) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_at_vertices (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Vertex_handle v1, Vertex_handle v2) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that both c 's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by v1 and v2 . More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_in_face_interior (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle fict_pred1, Halfedge_handle fict_pred2=Halfedge_handle()) 
inserts an unbounded curve c into the arrangement, such that c is entirely contained within a single unbounded face of the arrangement. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_left_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_left_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred, Halfedge_handle fict_pred) 
inserts an unbounded curve c into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint is bounded and corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_right_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_from_right_vertex (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred, Halfedge_handle fict_pred) 
inserts an unbounded curve c into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint is bounded and corresponds to a given arrangement vertex. More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_at_vertices (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred1, Vertex_handle v2) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that both c 's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by pred1>target() and v2 . More...  
Halfedge_handle  insert_at_vertices (const X_monotone_curve_2 &c, Halfedge_handle pred1, Halfedge_handle pred2) 
inserts the curve c into the arrangement, such that both c 's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by pred1>target() and pred2>target() . More...  
Modifying Vertices and Edges  
Vertex_handle  modify_vertex (Vertex_handle v, const Point_2 &p) 
sets p to be the point associated with the vertex v . More...  
Face_handle  remove_isolated_vertex (Vertex_handle v) 
removes the isolated vertex v from the arrangement. More...  
Halfedge_handle  modify_edge (Halfedge_handle e, const X_monotone_curve_2 &c) 
sets c to be the \( x\)monotone curve associated with the edge e . More...  
Halfedge_handle  split_edge (Halfedge_handle e, const X_monotone_curve_2 &c1, const X_monotone_curve_2 &c2) 
splits the edge e into two edges (more precisely, into two halfedge pairs), associated with the given subcurves c1 and c2 , and creates a vertex that corresponds to the split point. More...  
Halfedge_handle  merge_edge (Halfedge_handle e1, Halfedge_handle e2, const X_monotone_curve_2 &c) 
merges the edges represented by e1 and e2 into a single edge, associated with the given merged curve c . More...  
Face_handle  remove_edge (Halfedge_handle e, bool remove_source=true, bool remove_target=true) 
removes the edge e from the arrangement. More...  
Miscellaneous  
bool  is_valid () const 
returns true if arr represents a valid instance of Arrangement_2 . More...  
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Ccb_halfedge_circulator 
a bidirectional circulator over the halfedges of a CCB (connected component of the boundary).
Its valuetype is Halfedge
. Each bounded face has a single CCB representing it outer boundary, and may have several inner CCBs representing its holes.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Edge_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the edges of the arrangement.
(That is, it skips every other halfedge.) Its valuetype is Halfedge
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Face_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the faces of arrangement.
Its valuetype is Face
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Halfedge_around_vertex_circulator 
a bidirectional circulator over the halfedges that have a given vertex as their target.
Its valuetype is Halfedge
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Halfedge_handle 
a handle for a halfedge.
The halfedge and its twin form together an arrangement edge.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Halfedge_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the halfedges of the arrangement.
Its valuetype is Halfedge
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Hole_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the holes (i.e., inner CCBs) contained inside a given face.
Its value type is Ccb_halfedge_circulator
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Isolated_vertex_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the isolated vertices contained inside a given face.
Its value type is Vertex
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Unbounded_face_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the unbounded faces of arrangement.
Its valuetype is Face
.
typedef unspecified_type CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::Vertex_iterator 
a bidirectional iterator over the vertices of the arrangement.
Its valuetype is Vertex
.
Face_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::fictitious_face  (  ) 
returns a handle to the fictitious face of the arrangement.
If the arrangement is not unbounded, there is no fictitious face. In this case the result is not deterministic. A const version is also available.
Traits_2* CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::get_traits  (  ) 
returns the traits object used by the arrangement instance.
A const
version is also available.
Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_at_vertices  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Vertex_handle  v1,  
Vertex_handle  v2  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that both c
's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by v1
and v2
.
The function creates a new halfedge pair that connects the two vertices, and returns a handle for the halfedge directed from v1
to v2
.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. c
must not be an unbounded curve. v1
and v2
are associated with c
's endpoints. v1
and v2
are already connected by an edge, this edge represents an \( x\)monotone curve that is interiordisjoint from c
). Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_at_vertices  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred1,  
Vertex_handle  v2  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that both c
's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by pred1>target()
and v2
.
The function creates a new halfedge pair that connects the two vertices (where the corresponding halfedge is inserted right between pred1
and its successor around pred1
's target vertex) and returns a handle for the halfedge directed from pred1>target()
to v2
.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. pred1>target()
and v2
are associated with c
's endpoints. pred1>target
and v2
are already connected by an edge, this edge represents an \( x\)monotone curve that is interiordisjoint from c
). Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_at_vertices  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred1,  
Halfedge_handle  pred2  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that both c
's endpoints correspond to existing arrangement vertices, given by pred1>target()
and pred2>target()
.
The function creates a new halfedge pair that connects the two vertices (with pred1
and pred2
indicate the exact place for these halfedges around the two target vertices) and returns a handle for the halfedge directed from pred1>target()
to pred2>target()
.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. pred1>target()
and pred2>target()
are associated with c
's endpoints. pred1>target
and pred2>target()
are already connected by an edge, this edge represents an \( x\)monotone curve that is interiordisjoint from c
). Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_left_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Vertex_handle  v  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
As a result, a new vertex that correspond to c
's right endpoint is created and connected to v
with a newly created halfedge pair. If c
has an unbounded right end, the new vertex lies at infinity and the unbounded face that contains the interior of the curve is split. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges corresponding to the inserted curve, directed towards the newly created vertex  that is, directed in lexicographic increasing order (from left to right).
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. v
is associated with the left endpoint of c
. c
is not already associated with an existing arrangement vertex. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_left_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
This vertex is the target vertex of the halfedge pred
, such that c
is inserted to the circular list of halfedges around pred>target()
right between pred
and its successor. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges directed (lexicographically) from left to right.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. pred>target()
is associated with the left endpoint of c
, and c
should be inserted after pred
in a clockwise order around this vertex. c
is not already associated with an existing arrangement vertex. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_left_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred,  
Halfedge_handle  fict_pred  
) 
inserts an unbounded curve c
into the arrangement, such that its left endpoint is bounded and corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
This vertex is the target vertex of the halfedge pred
, such that c
is inserted to the circular list of halfedges around pred>target()
right between pred
and its successor. Similarly, fict_pred
specifies the fictitious halfedge that should contain the vertex at infinity that corresponds to the unbounded right end of c
. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges directed (lexicographically) from left to right.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. c
must have a bounded left endpoint and an unbounded right end. pred>target()
is associated with the left endpoint of c
, and c
should be inserted after pred
in a clockwise order around this vertex. fict_pred
is a fictitious halfedge that contains the unbounded right end of c
. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_right_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Vertex_handle  v  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
As a result, a new vertex that correspond to c
's left endpoint is created and connected to v
with a newly created halfedge pair. If c
has an unbounded left end, the new vertex lies at infinity and the unbounded face that contains the interior of the curve is split. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges corresponding to the inserted curve, directed to the newly created vertex  that is, directed in lexicographic decreasing order (from right to left).
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. v
is associated with the right endpoint of c
. c
is not already associated with an existing arrangement vertex. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_right_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred  
) 
inserts the curve c
into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
This vertex is the target vertex of the halfedge pred
, such that c
is inserted to the circular list of halfedges around pred>target()
right between pred
and its successor. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges directed (lexicographically) from right to left.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. pred>target()
is associated with the right endpoint of c
, and c
should be inserted after pred
in a clockwise order around this vertex. c
is not already associated with an existing arrangement vertex. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_from_right_vertex  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  pred,  
Halfedge_handle  fict_pred  
) 
inserts an unbounded curve c
into the arrangement, such that its right endpoint is bounded and corresponds to a given arrangement vertex.
This vertex is the target vertex of the halfedge pred
, such that c
is inserted to the circular list of halfedges around pred>target()
right between pred
and its successor. Similarly, fict_pred
specifies the fictitious halfedge that should contain the vertex at infinity that corresponds to the unbounded left end of c
. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges directed (lexicographically) from right to left.
c
is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. c
must have a bounded right endpoint and an unbounded left end. pred>target()
is associated with the right endpoint of c
, and c
should be inserted after pred
in a clockwise order around this vertex. fict_pred
is a fictitious halfedge that contains the unbounded left end of c
. Vertex_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_in_face_interior  (  const Point_2 &  p, 
Face_handle  f  
) 
inserts the point p
into the arrangement as an isolated vertex in the interior of the face f
and returns a handle for the newly created vertex.
p
lies in the interior of the face f
. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_in_face_interior  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Face_handle  f  
) 
inserts the curve c
that is entirely contained in the interior of a given face f
.
If c
is a bounded curve two new vertices that correspond to c
's endpoints are created and connected with a newly created halfedge pair, which forms a new hole (inner component) in the face f
. If c
is unbounded, at least one of the two vertices that represents its end lies at infinity, and its creation modifies the outer boundary of f
. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges corresponding to the inserted curve, directed in lexicographic increasing order (from left to right).
c
lies entirely in the interior of the face f
and is disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges (in particular, both its endpoints are not already associated with existing arrangement vertices). c
is an unbounded curve, f
must be an unbounded face. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::insert_in_face_interior  (  const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c, 
Halfedge_handle  fict_pred1,  
Halfedge_handle  fict_pred2 = Halfedge_handle() 

) 
inserts an unbounded curve c
into the arrangement, such that c
is entirely contained within a single unbounded face of the arrangement.
fict_pred1
specifies the fictitious halfedge that should contain the vertex at infinity that corresponds to the unbounded end of c
. If both ends of c
are unbounded, fict_pred1
indicated the place for its left end and fict_pred2
indicated a place for its right end. The function returns a handle for one of the new halfedges directed (lexicographically) from left to right.
c
is an unbounded curve disjoint from all existing arrangement vertices and edges. fict_pred1
(and fict_pred2
) are fictitious halfedges that contains the unbounded end(s) of c
. If both halfedges are given they must be both incident to the same unbounded face. bool CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::is_valid  (  )  const 
returns true
if arr
represents a valid instance of Arrangement_2
.
In particular, the functions checks the topological structure of the arrangement and assures that it is valid. In addition, the function performs several simple geometric tests to ensure the validity of some of the geometric properties of the arrangement. Namely, it checks that all arrangement vertices are associated with distinct points, and that the halfedges around every vertex are ordered clockwise.
Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::merge_edge  (  Halfedge_handle  e1, 
Halfedge_handle  e2,  
const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c  
) 
merges the edges represented by e1
and e2
into a single edge, associated with the given merged curve c
.
Denote e1
's endvertices as \( u_1\) and \( v\), while e2
's endvertices are denoted \( u_2\) and \( v\). The function removes the common vertex \( v\) returns a handle for one of the merged halfedges, directed from \( u_1\) to \( u_2\).
e1
and e2
share a common endvertex, such that the two other endvertices of the two edges are associated with c
's endpoints. Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::modify_edge  (  Halfedge_handle  e, 
const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c  
) 
sets c
to be the \( x\)monotone curve associated with the edge e
.
The function returns a handle for the modified edge (same as e
).
c
is geometrically equivalent to the curve currently associated with e
. Vertex_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::modify_vertex  (  Vertex_handle  v, 
const Point_2 &  p  
) 
sets p
to be the point associated with the vertex v
.
The function returns a handle for the modified vertex (same as v
).
v
is not a vertex at infinity and p
is geometrically equivalent to the point currently associated with v
. Size CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::number_of_unbounded_faces  (  )  const 
returns the number of unbounded faces in the arrangement.
Note arr.number_of_faces()
also counts the unbounded faces of the arrangement.
Size CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::number_of_vertices_at_infinity  (  )  const 
returns the number of arrangement vertices that lie at infinity and are not associated with valid points.
Such vertices are not considered to be regular arrangement vertices and arr.number_of_vertices()
does not count them.
Face_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::remove_edge  (  Halfedge_handle  e, 
bool  remove_source = true , 

bool  remove_target = true 

) 
removes the edge e
from the arrangement.
Since the e
may be the only edge incident to its source vertex (or its target vertex), this vertex can be removed as well. The flags remove_source
and remove_target
indicate whether the endpoints of e
should be removed, or whether they should be left as isolated vertices in the arrangement. If the operation causes two faces to merge, the merged face is returned. Otherwise, the face to which the edge was incident is returned.
Face_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::remove_isolated_vertex  (  Vertex_handle  v  ) 
removes the isolated vertex v
from the arrangement.
The function returns the face f
that used to contain the isolated vertex.
v
is an isolated vertex (has no incident edges). Halfedge_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::split_edge  (  Halfedge_handle  e, 
const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c1,  
const X_monotone_curve_2 &  c2  
) 
splits the edge e
into two edges (more precisely, into two halfedge pairs), associated with the given subcurves c1
and c2
, and creates a vertex that corresponds to the split point.
The function returns a handle for the halfedge, whose source is the same as e>source()
and whose target vertex is the split point.
c1
's left endpoint and c2
's right endpoint correspond to e
's endvertices such that c1
's right endpoint and c2
's left endpoint are equal and define the split point  or viceversa (with change of roles between c1
and c2
). Face_handle CGAL::Arrangement_2< Traits, Dcel >::unbounded_face  (  ) 
returns a handle for an unbounded face of the arrangement.
In case the arrangement comprises only bounded curves, there is a single unbounded face and the function returns a handle to it. Otherwise, a handle to an arbitrary unbounded face is returned.