Subject: [ggl] Re: k-d tree interface
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz)
Date: 2011-06-10 04:42:23
> Thanks, Adam. This is useful even if searching for points is possible only
> within boxes. I looked at the interface, the four header files in rtree.
> Approximately, when do you think the rtree functionality will be moved from
> extensions into the stable code? Also, are you planning to add any examples
> of usage?
In the /extensions there is the 'old' implementation of an rtree. I'm
currently developing the new one which you can find here:
You can find some examples in the /tests folder. I don't know if and
when it will be released. Of course, there will be examples,
documentation etc. For now see /tests/rtree_filters.hpp. Basically the
interface looks like this:
namespace g = boost::geometry;
typedef g::model::point<float, 2, g::cs::cartesian> P;
typedef g::model::box<P> B;
// construct rtree
g::index::rtree<B> t(4, 2);
// insert some boxes
g::index::insert(t, B(P(0, 0), P(1, 1)));
g::index::insert(t, B(P(2, 2), P(3, 3)));
namespace f = g::index::filters;
t | f::spatially_filtered(B(P(2.5f, 2.5f), P(4.5f, 4.5f))))
// do something with boxes
Instead of boxes B you can use e.g. points, std::pair<Point, something>,
std::pair<Box, something> and more. See /tests/rtree_native.hpp.
Feel free to play with it but be aware that the interface may be
changed. I'll appreciate any suggestions and info about errors.
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