CGAL 6.0.1  Shape Detection

#include <CGAL/Shape_detection/Efficient_RANSAC/Efficient_RANSAC.h>
Parameters for the shape detection algorithm.
They are explained in detail in Section Parameters of the User Manual.
Public Attributes  
FT  probability 
Probability to control search endurance.  
std::size_t  min_points 
Minimum number of points in a shape.  
FT  epsilon 
Maximum acceptable Euclidean distance between a point and a shape.  
FT  normal_threshold 
Maximum threshold on the dot product between the estimated shape's normal and the point's normal, that is the cosine of the angle (cos(25°) = 0.9).  
FT  cluster_epsilon 
Maximum acceptable Euclidean distance between points, which are assumed to be neighbors.  
FT CGAL::Shape_detection::Efficient_RANSAC< Traits >::Parameters::cluster_epsilon 
Maximum acceptable Euclidean distance between points, which are assumed to be neighbors.
Default value is 1% of the bounding box diagonal.
It must belong to the interval [0, +inf).
FT CGAL::Shape_detection::Efficient_RANSAC< Traits >::Parameters::epsilon 
Maximum acceptable Euclidean distance between a point and a shape.
Default value is 1% of the bounding box diagonal.
It must belong to the interval [0, +inf).
std::size_t CGAL::Shape_detection::Efficient_RANSAC< Traits >::Parameters::min_points 
Minimum number of points in a shape.
Default value is 1% of total number of input points.
It must belong to the interval [0, +inf).
FT CGAL::Shape_detection::Efficient_RANSAC< Traits >::Parameters::normal_threshold 
Maximum threshold on the dot product between the estimated shape's normal and the point's normal, that is the cosine of the angle (cos(25°) = 0.9).
Default value is 0.9 (around 25 degrees).
It must belong to the interval [0, 1].
FT CGAL::Shape_detection::Efficient_RANSAC< Traits >::Parameters::probability 
Probability to control search endurance.
Default value is 0.05.
A lower probability provides a higher reliability and determinism at the cost of longer running time due to a higher search endurance.
It must belong to the interval [0, 1].