Describes the operation for transforming coordinates in the source CRS to coordinates in the target CRS.
Optional information about the context in which a requested coordinate operation will be used.
Finds a conversion or transformation path from a source CRS to a target CRS.
A parameterized mathematical operation that converts coordinates to another CRS without any change of datum.
Creates operations capable to transform coordinates from a given source CRS to a given target CRS.
Specification of the coordinate operation method formula.
Describes the algorithm and parameters used to perform a coordinate operation.
Specifies that a subset of a coordinate tuple is subject to a specific coordinate operation.
A parameterized mathematical operation that transforms coordinates to another CRS with a change of datum.
Thrown when the source and target CRS of a conversion use different datum.
This package provides an ISO 19111 Coordinate Operation implementation and support classes. The actual transform work is performed by the following sub-packages, but most users will not need to deal with them directly:
org.apache.sis.referencing.operation.projection— map projections,
org.apache.sis.referencing.operation.transform— any transform other than map projections.
AbstractCoordinateOperation.getLinearAccuracy()— tries to convert the accuracy to metres,
DefaultConversion.specialize(…)— changes a defining conversion into a complete conversion.
EPSG identifies two approaches for addressing this multiplicity problem. Quoting the GIGS guideline:
Apache SIS is a late binding implementation, while a little trace for early binding exists in the form of the
- Early binding: A priori association of a coordinate transformation with a geodetic CRS. The association is usually made at start-up of the session or project, as that is defined in the software, but always before any data is associated with the ‘CRS’. In general the ‘coordinate transformation’ specified uses the ‘CRS’ of the data as the source ‘CRS’ and WGS 84 as the target ‘CRS’.
- Late binding: Association at run time of a coordinate transformation with a CRS. Late binding allows the user to select the appropriate transformation upon import of ‘geospatial data’ or merge of two geospatial datasets. This means that, in cases where there are multiple existing transformations, the user can choose the appropriate one, possibly aided by additional information.
Source: Geospatial Integrity of Geoscience Software Part 1 – GIGS guidelines. OGP publication, Report No. 430-1, September 2011
DefaultGeodeticDatum.getBursaWolfParameters()method for those who really need it. This means that when searching for a coordinate operation between a given pair of CRS, Apache SIS will query
EPSGFactorybefore to try to infer the operation path by itelf. The
CoordinateOperationContextcan be used for further refinements, for example by specifying the area of interest.
Defined in the
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