Module org.apache.sis.referencing
Package org.apache.sis.geometry
package org.apache.sis.geometry
Basic geometric objects (envelopes and direct positions). Every geometry objects are associated
with a Coordinate Reference System,
which may have an arbitrary number of dimensions. However, a few specialized classes restrict
the CRS to a fixed number of dimensions only. The table below summarizes the most common
objects, and list the Java2D classes that are conceptually equivalent.
In SIS, every envelopes defined in this package support the extended bounding box interpretation:
for any dimension, coordinate values such that upper < lower are handled
in a special way. This handling is slightly different for two groups of methods:
Purpose  Any dimension  One dimension  Two dimensions  Java2D equivalence 

A point in a multidimensional space  GeneralDirectPosition 
DirectPosition1D 
DirectPosition2D 
Point2D 
A box in a multidimensional space  GeneralEnvelope 
Envelope2D 
Rectangle2D 
Java2D dependency
All classes having a name that ends with "2D" are designed for interoperability with Java2D. All other classes have no dependency to Java2D. This clear separation aims to make easier to use Apache SIS on platforms that do not support Java2D (for example Android) or to avoid loading Java2D classes when only JavaFX is desired.Envelopes crossing the antimeridian of a Geographic CRS
The Web Coverage Service (WCS) 1.1 specification uses an extended interpretation of the bounding box definition. In a WCS 1.1 data structure, the lower corner defines the edges region in the directions of decreasing coordinate values in the envelope CRS, while the upper corner defines the edges region in the directions of increasing coordinate values. Those lower and upper corners are usually the algebraic minimum and maximum coordinates respectively, but not always. For example, an envelope crossing the antimeridian could have a lower corner longitude greater than the upper corner longitude, like the red box below (the green box is the usual case): In calculation of envelopes spans and median positions (centers) — handled specially only
on axes having the
WRAPAROUND
range meaning.  When checking for containment, intersections or unions — can be handled specially for any axis, in which case the envelope represents an exclusion area instead than an inclusion area.
 Since:
 0.3
 See Also:

ClassDescriptionDefault implementations of some
DirectPosition
methods, leaving the data storage to subclasses.Default implementations of mostEnvelope
methods, leaving the data storage to subclasses.Formats spatiotemporal coordinates using number, angle and date formats inferred from the coordinate system.A onedimensional position within some coordinate reference system.A twodimensional position on top of Java2D point.A twodimensional envelope on top of Java2D rectangle.Transforms envelopes to new Coordinate Reference Systems, and miscellaneous utilities.A mutableDirectPosition
(the coordinates of a position) of arbitrary dimension.A mutableEnvelope
(a minimum bounding box or rectangle) of arbitrary dimension.An immutableEnvelope
(a minimum bounding box or rectangle) of arbitrary dimension.Indicates that an object cannot be constructed because of a mismatch in the reference systems of geometric components.Utility methods working on Java2D shapes.Indicates that an operation is not allowed on a geometry object because it is unmodifiable.An envelope or position converter making them more compatible with a given domain of validity.The strategy to use for representing a region crossing the antimeridian or other wraparound limit.