CGAL::Fair<Traits, SpatialSeparator>
Definition
Implements the fair splitting rule.
This splitting rule is a compromise between the median of rectangle
splitting rule and the midpoint of rectangle splitting rule. This
splitting rule maintains an upper bound on the maximal allowed ratio
of the longest and shortest side of a rectangle (the value of this
upper bound is set in the constructor of the fair splitting
rule). Among the splits that satisfy this bound, it selects the one in
which the points have the largest spread. It then splits the points
in the most even manner possible, subject to maintaining the bound on
the ratio of the resulting rectangles.
#include <CGAL/Splitters.h>
Parameters
Expects for the first template argument a model of
the concept SearchTraits,
for example Cartesian_d<double>.
Expects for the second template argument a model of the concept Separator.
It has as default value the type, CGAL::Plane_separator<Traits::FT>.
Is Model for the Concepts
Splitter
Types
Traits::FT

FT;

Number type.

Creation
Fair<Traits, SpatialSeparator> s;


Default constructor.


Fair<Traits, SpatialSeparator> s ( unsigned int bucket_size, FT aspect_ratio=FT(3));


Constructor.

Operations
FT

s.aspect_ratio ()

Returns the maximal ratio between the largest and smallest side
of a cell allowed for fair splitting.


unsigned int

s.bucket_size ()

Returns the bucket size of the leaf nodes.

See Also
Splitter,
SpatialSeparator