- All Superinterfaces:
- Comparable, Complex, Geometry, Serializable, Shape
- All Known Subinterfaces:
- CompositeCurve, CompositeSolid, CompositeSurface
public interface Composite
- extends Complex
This interface is equivalent to the GM_Composite specified in
A geometric composite shall be a geometric complex with an underlying core
geometry that is isomorphic to a primitive. Thus, a composite curve is
a collection of curves whose geometry interface could be satisfied
by a single curve (albeit a much more complex one).
Composites are intended for use as attribute values in datasets in
which the underlying geometry has been decomposed, usually to expose its topological nature.
- Jorge Piera
- See Also:
- ISO 19107
|Fields inherited from interface org.gvsig.fmap.geom.Geometry
BEST, E, EXTENDED_GEOMSUBTYPE_OFFSET, EXTENDED_GEOMTYPE_OFFSET, N, NE, NW, S, SE, SELECTHANDLER, STRETCHINGHANDLER, SW, W
|Methods inherited from interface org.gvsig.fmap.geom.Geometry
area, buffer, centroid, cloneGeometry, contains, convertToWKB, convertToWKT, convexHull, coveredBy, crosses, difference, disjoint, distance, fastIntersects, getBounds2D, getDimension, getEnvelope, getGeneralPath, getGeometryType, getHandlers, getInternalShape, getPathIterator, getPathIterator, getShape, getShape, getType, intersection, intersects, intersects, invokeOperation, invokeOperation, isSimple, overlaps, perimeter, reProject, touches, transform, union, within
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