Subject: Re: [geometry] Is simplify algorithm 3D aware
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-04-12 14:23:19
> What we noticed is that, if a point exceeds the max_distance in Z
> direction, but within the max_distance in x and y, it is still
> removing that point.
By default simplify() use:
- the default simplify strategy, bg::strategy::simplify::douglas_peucker,
- the default point-segment strategy, in cartesian
- the default point-point strategy, in cartesian
The first strategy is CS-agnostic and the two other strategies are
N-dimensional. The projected_point strategy first calculates the
coordinates of a point projected into a segment and then calculates the
distance between this point and the original point using pythagoras
strategy. So a point is removed when a distance between this point and a
segment created between currently analysed endpoints in douglas_peucker
strategy is lesser than max_distance.
> Do you have a example where it works in the z direction too?
It calls simplify() with the default strategies:
Could you share a test case when the behavior is not correct?
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