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geos::index::bintree::Bintree Class Reference

An BinTree (or "Binary Interval Tree") is a 1-dimensional version of a quadtree. More...

#include <Bintree.h>

Public Member Functions

int depth ()
int size ()
int nodeSize ()
void insert (Interval *itemInterval, void *item)
std::vector< void * > * iterator ()
std::vector< void * > * query (double x)
std::vector< void * > * query (Interval *interval)
void query (Interval *interval, std::vector< void * > *foundItems)

Static Public Member Functions

static IntervalensureExtent (const Interval *itemInterval, double minExtent)

Detailed Description

An BinTree (or "Binary Interval Tree") is a 1-dimensional version of a quadtree.

It indexes 1-dimensional intervals (which of course may be the projection of 2-D objects on an axis). It supports range searching (where the range may be a single point).

This implementation does not require specifying the extent of the inserted items beforehand. It will automatically expand to accomodate any extent of dataset.

This index is different to the Interval Tree of Edelsbrunner or the Segment Tree of Bentley.

Member Function Documentation

static Interval* geos::index::bintree::Bintree::ensureExtent ( const Interval itemInterval,
double  minExtent 

Ensure that the Interval for the inserted item has non-zero extents. Use the current minExtent to pad it, if necessary

NOTE: in GEOS this function always return a newly allocated object with ownership transferred to caller. TODO: change this ?

itemIntervalSource interval, ownership left to caller, no references hold.
void geos::index::bintree::Bintree::insert ( Interval itemInterval,
void *  item 
itemIntervalOwnership left to caller, NO reference hold by this class.
itemOwnership left to caller, reference kept by this class.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: