CGAL 5.5.2  2D Arrangements

#include <CGAL/Arr_algebraic_segment_traits_2.h>
Models the ArrangementBasicTraits_2::X_monotone_curve_2
concept.
Represents terminal segments of an algebraic curves, that means vertical segments or \( x\)monotone segments with no critical \( x\)coordinate in the interior of their \( x\)range. Terminal segments might either be bounded or unbounded. By definition, each interior point of a nonvertical segment has the same arc number (see the documentation of type Point_2
above, which is called the arc number of the segment (note the arc number at the endpoints might differ). Such segments are represented internally by a 4tuple \( (p,q,cv,arcno)\), where \( p\) and \( q\) are the endpoints, \( cv\) is the supporting curve that the segment belongs to, and arcno is the arc number of the segment.
Arbitrary (weakly) \( x\)monotone segments are presented by a range of X_monotone_curve_2
instances, whose union equals the segment. The functor Construct_x_monotone_segment_2
allows their construction. To construct all (maximal) terminal segments of a curve, use the Make_x_monotone_2
functor supplied by the traits class.
Modifiers  
Curve_2  curve () const 
returns the supporting algebraic curve of s .  
bool  is_vertical () const 
returns whether s is a vertical segment.  
bool  is_finite (CGAL::Arr_curve_end ce) const 
returns whether s has a finite endpoint on the left  
Point_2  curve_end (CGAL::Arr_curve_end ce) const 
int  arcno () const 
returns the arc number of the segment. More...  
Algebraic_real_1  x () const 
returns the \( x\)coordinate of a vertical segment. More...  
int CGAL::Arr_algebraic_segment_traits_2< Coefficient >::X_monotone_curve_2::arcno  (  )  const 
returns the arc number of the segment.
Point_2 CGAL::Arr_algebraic_segment_traits_2< Coefficient >::X_monotone_curve_2::curve_end  (  CGAL::Arr_curve_end  ce  )  const 
Algebraic_real_1 CGAL::Arr_algebraic_segment_traits_2< Coefficient >::X_monotone_curve_2::x  (  )  const 
returns the \( x\)coordinate of a vertical segment.