CGAL 5.6  2D Arrangements

#include <CGAL/Arr_non_caching_segment_traits_2.h>
CGAL::Arr_non_caching_segment_basic_traits_2< Kernel >.
The traits class Arr_non_caching_segment_traits_2
is a model of the ArrangementTraits_2
concept that allows the construction and maintenance of arrangements of line segments.
It is parameterized with a CGALKernel type, and it is derived from it. This traits class is a thin layer above the parameterized kernel. It inherits the Point_2
from the kernel and its X_monotone_curve_2
and Curve_2
types are both defined as Kernel::Segment_2
. Most traitsclass functor are inherited from the kernel functor, and the traits class only supplies the necessary functors that are not provided by the kernel. The kernel is parameterized with a number type, which should support exact rational arithmetic in order to avoid robustness problems, although other number types could be used at the user's own risk.
The traitsclass implementation is very simple, yet may lead to a cascaded representation of intersection points with exponentially long bitlengths, especially if the kernel is parameterized with a number type that does not perform normalization (e.g. Quotient<MP_Float>
). The Arr_segment_traits_2
traits class avoids this cascading problem, and should be the default choice for implementing arrangements of line segments. It is recommended to use Arr_non_caching_segment_traits_2
only for very sparse arrangements of huge sets of input segments.
While Arr_non_caching_segment_traits_2
models the concept ArrangementDirectionalXMonotoneTraits_2
, the implementation of the Are_mergeable_2
operation does not enforce the input curves to have the same direction as a precondition. Moreover, Arr_non_caching_segment_traits_2
supports the merging of curves of opposite directions.
Arr_segment_traits_2<Kernel>