Class GridExtent

Object
GridExtent
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Lenient­Comparable

public class GridExtent extends Object implements Serializable, LenientComparable
A range of grid coverage coordinates, also known as "grid envelope". Grid­Extent are defined by low coordinates (often all zeros) and high coordinates, inclusive. For example a grid with a width of 512 cells can have a low coordinate of 0 and high coordinate of 511.
Note: The inclusiveness of high coordinates come from ISO 19123. We follow this specification for all getters methods, but developers should keep in mind that this is the opposite of Java2D usage where Rectangle maximal values are exclusive.

Grid­Extent instances are immutable and thread-safe. The same instance can be shared by different Grid­Geometry instances.

Upcoming API generalization: this class may implement the Grid­Envelope interface in a future Apache SIS version. This is pending GeoAPI update.
Since:
1.0
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Defined in the sis-feature module

  • Constructor Details

    • GridExtent

      public GridExtent(Rectangle bounds)
      Creates a new grid extent for an image or matrix of the given bounds. The axis types are Dimension­Name­Type​.COLUMN and ROW in that order.
      Parameters:
      bounds - the bounds to copy in the new grid extent.
      Since:
      1.1
    • GridExtent

      public GridExtent(long width, long height)
      Creates a new grid extent for an image or matrix of the given size. The low grid coordinates are zeros and the axis types are Dimension­Name­Type​.COLUMN and ROW in that order.
      Parameters:
      width - number of pixels in each row.
      height - number of pixels in each column.
    • GridExtent

      public GridExtent(DimensionNameType[] axisTypes, long[] low, long[] high, boolean isHighIncluded)
      Constructs a new grid envelope set to the specified coordinates. The given arrays contain a minimum (inclusive) and maximum value for each dimension of the grid coverage. The lowest valid grid coordinates are often zero, but this is not mandatory. As a convenience for this common case, a null low array means that all low coordinates are zero.

      An optional (nullable) axis­Types argument can be used for attaching a label to each grid axis. For example if this Grid­Extent is four-dimensional, then the axis types may be {column (x), row (y), vertical (z), time (t), which means that the last axis is for the temporal dimension, the third axis is for the vertical dimension, etc. This information is related to the "real world" coordinate reference system axes, but not necessarily in the same order; it is caller responsibility to ensure that the grid axes are consistent with the CRS axes. The axis­Types array shall not contain duplicated elements, but may contain null elements if the type of some axes are unknown.

      Parameters:
      axis­Types - the type of each grid axis, or null if unspecified.
      low - the valid minimum grid coordinates (always inclusive), or null for all zeros.
      high - the valid maximum grid coordinates, inclusive or exclusive depending on the next argument.
      is­High­Included - true if the high values are inclusive (as in ISO 19123 specification), or false if they are exclusive (as in Java2D usage). This argument does not apply to low values, which are always inclusive.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if a coordinate value in the low part is greater than the corresponding coordinate value in the high part.
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  • Method Details

    • getDimension

      public final int getDimension()
      Returns the number of dimensions.
      Returns:
      the number of dimensions.
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    • startsAtZero

      public boolean startsAtZero()
      Returns true if all low coordinates are zero. This is a very common case since many grids start their cell numbering at zero.
      Returns:
      whether all low coordinates are zero.
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    • getLow

      public long getLow(int index)
      Returns the valid minimum inclusive grid coordinate along the specified dimension.
      Parameters:
      index - the dimension for which to obtain the coordinate value.
      Returns:
      the low coordinate value at the given dimension, inclusive.
      Throws:
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if the given index is negative or is equals or greater than the grid dimension.
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    • getHigh

      public long getHigh(int index)
      Returns the valid maximum inclusive grid coordinate along the specified dimension.
      Parameters:
      index - the dimension for which to obtain the coordinate value.
      Returns:
      the high coordinate value at the given dimension, inclusive.
      Throws:
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if the given index is negative or is equals or greater than the grid dimension.
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    • getSize

      public long getSize(int index)
      Returns the number of integer grid coordinates along the specified dimension. This is equal to get­High(dimension) - get­Low(dimension) + 1.
      Parameters:
      index - the dimension for which to obtain the size.
      Returns:
      the number of integer grid coordinates along the given dimension.
      Throws:
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if the given index is negative or is equals or greater than the grid dimension.
      Arithmetic­Exception - if the size is too large for the long primitive type.
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    • getSize

      public double getSize(int index, boolean minusOne)
      Returns the number of grid coordinates as a double precision floating point value. Invoking this method is equivalent to invoking get­Size(int) and converting the result from long to the double primitive type, except that this method does not overflow (i.e. does not throw Arithmetic­Exception).
      Parameters:
      index - the dimension for which to obtain the size.
      minus­One - true for returning size−1 instead of size.
      Returns:
      the number of integer grid coordinates along the given dimension.
    • getPointOfInterest

      public double[] getPointOfInterest()
      Returns the grid coordinates of a representative point. This point may be used for estimating a grid resolution. The default implementation returns the median (or center) coordinates of this grid extent, but subclasses can override this method if another point is considered more representative.
      Returns:
      the grid coordinates of a representative point.
    • getSubspaceDimensions

      public int[] getSubspaceDimensions(int s)
      Returns indices of all dimensions where this grid extent has a size greater than 1. This method can be used for getting the grid extent of a s-dimensional slice in a n-dimensional cube where sn.
      Example: suppose that we want to get a two-dimensional slice (y,z) in a four-dimensional data cube (x,y,z,t). The first step is to specify the x and t coordinates of the slice. In this example we set x to 5 and t to 8.
      GridGeometry grid = ...;             // Geometry of the (x,y,z,t) grid.
      GridGeometry slice4D = grid.slice(new GeneralDirectPosition(5, NaN, NaN, 8));
      Above code created a slice at the requested position, but that slice still have 4 dimensions. It is a "slice" because the x and t dimensions of slice4D have only one cell. If a two-dimensional slice is desired, then above operations can be completed as below. In this example, the result of get­Subspace­Dimensions(2) call will be {1,2}.
      int[]  subDimensions = slice4D.getExtent().getSubspaceDimensions(2);
      GridGeometry slice2D = slice4D.reduce(subDimensions);
      Note that in this particular example, it would have been more efficient to execute grid​.reduce(1,2) directly. This get­Subspace­Dimensions(int) method is more useful for inferring a slice2D from a slice4D which has been created elsewhere, or when we do not really want the slice2D but only its dimension indices.
      This method returns exactly s indices. If there is more than s dimensions having a size greater than 1, then a Subspace­Not­Specified­Exception is thrown. If there is less than s dimensions having a size greater than 1, then the returned list of dimensions is completed with some dimensions of size 1, starting with the first dimensions in this grid extent, until there is exactly s dimensions. If this grid extent does not have at least s dimensions, then a Cannot­Evaluate­Exception is thrown.
      Parameters:
      s - number of dimensions of the sub-space.
      Returns:
      indices of sub-space dimensions, in increasing order in an array of length s.
      Throws:
      Subspace­Not­Specified­Exception - if there is more than s dimensions having a size greater than 1.
      Cannot­Evaluate­Exception - if this grid extent does not have at least s dimensions.
    • getAxisType

      public Optional<DimensionNameType> getAxisType(int index)
      Returns the type (vertical, temporal, …) of grid axis at given dimension. This information is provided because the grid axis type can not always be inferred from the context. Some examples are: Above are only examples; there is no constraint on axis order. In particular grid axes do not need to be in the same order than the corresponding coordinate reference system axes.
      Parameters:
      index - the dimension for which to obtain the axis type.
      Returns:
      the axis type at the given dimension. May be absent if the type is unknown.
      Throws:
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if the given index is negative or is equals or greater than the grid dimension.
    • toEnvelope

      public GeneralEnvelope toEnvelope(MathTransform cornerToCRS) throws TransformException
      Transforms this grid extent to a "real world" envelope using the given transform. The transform shall map cell corner to real world coordinates.
      Parameters:
      corner­To­CRS - a transform from cell corners to real world coordinates.
      Returns:
      this grid extent in real world coordinates.
      Throws:
      Transform­Exception - if the envelope can not be computed with the given transform.
      Since:
      1.1
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    • insert

      @Deprecated public GridExtent insert(int offset, DimensionNameType axisType, long low, long high, boolean isHighIncluded)
    • insertDimension

      public GridExtent insertDimension(int offset, DimensionNameType axisType, long low, long high, boolean isHighIncluded)
      Returns a new grid envelope with the specified dimension inserted at the given index in this grid envelope. To append a new dimension after all existing dimensions, set offset to get­Dimension().
      Parameters:
      offset - where to insert the new dimension, from 0 to get­Dimension() inclusive.
      axis­Type - the type of the grid axis to add, or null if unspecified.
      low - the valid minimum grid coordinate (always inclusive).
      high - the valid maximum grid coordinate, inclusive or exclusive depending on the next argument.
      is­High­Included - true if the high value is inclusive (as in ISO 19123 specification), or false if it is exclusive (as in Java2D usage). This argument does not apply to low value, which is always inclusive.
      Returns:
      a new grid envelope with the specified dimension added.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if the low coordinate value is greater than the high coordinate value.
      Since:
      1.1
    • expand

      public GridExtent expand(long... margins)
      Returns a grid extent expanded by the given amount of cells on both sides along each dimension. This method adds the given margins to the high coordinates and subtracts the same margins from the low coordinates. If a negative margin is supplied, the extent size decreases accordingly.

      Number of arguments

      The margins array length should be equal to the number of dimensions. If the array is shorter, missing values default to 0 (i.e. sizes in unspecified dimensions are unchanged). If the array is longer, extraneous values are ignored.
      Parameters:
      margins - amount of cells to add or subtract on both sides for each dimension.
      Returns:
      a grid extent expanded by the given amount, or this if there is no change.
      Throws:
      Arithmetic­Exception - if expanding this extent by the given margins overflows long capacity.
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    • resize

      public GridExtent resize(long... sizes)
      Sets the size of grid extent to the given values by moving low and high coordinates. This method modifies grid coordinates as if they were multiplied by (given size) / (current size), rounded toward zero and with the value farthest from zero adjusted by ±1 for having a size exactly equals to the specified value. In the common case where the low value is zero, this is equivalent to setting the high value to size - 1.

      Number of arguments

      The sizes array length should be equal to the number of dimensions. If the array is shorter, sizes in unspecified dimensions are unchanged. If the array is longer, extraneous values are ignored.
      Parameters:
      sizes - the new grid sizes for each dimension.
      Returns:
      a grid extent having the given sizes, or this if there is no change.
      Throws:
      Arithmetic­Exception - if resizing this extent to the given size overflows long capacity.
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    • reduce

      @Deprecated public GridExtent reduce(int... dimensions)
      Deprecated.
    • reduceDimension

      public GridExtent reduceDimension(int... dimensions)
      Returns a grid extent that encompass only some dimensions of this grid extent. This method copies the specified dimensions of this grid extent into a new grid extent. The given dimensions must be in strictly ascending order without duplicated values. The number of dimensions of the sub grid envelope will be dimensions​.length.

      This method performs a dimensionality reduction and can be used as the converse of insert­Dimension(int, Dimension­Name­Type, long, long, boolean). This method can not be used for changing dimension order.

      Parameters:
      dimensions - the dimensions to select, in strictly increasing order.
      Returns:
      the sub-envelope, or this if the given array contains all dimensions of this grid extent.
      Throws:
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if an index is out of bounds.
      Since:
      1.1
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    • subsample

      public GridExtent subsample(int... periods)
      Creates a new grid extent subsampled by the given amount of cells along each grid dimensions. This method divides low coordinates and grid sizes by the given periods, rounding toward zero. The high coordinates are adjusted accordingly (this is often equivalent to dividing high coordinates by the periods too, but a difference of one cell may exist).
      Note: The envelope computed from a grid extent may become larger after subsampling, not smaller. This effect can be understood intuitively if we consider that cells become larger after subsampling, which implies that accurate representation of the same envelope may require fractional cells on some grid borders.
      This method does not reduce the number of dimensions of the grid extent. For dimensionality reduction, see reduce­Dimension(int[]).

      Number of arguments

      The periods array length should be equal to the number of dimensions. If the array is shorter, missing values default to 1 (i.e. samplings in unspecified dimensions are unchanged). If the array is longer, extraneous values are ignored.
      Parameters:
      periods - the subsampling. Length shall be equal to the number of dimension and all values shall be greater than zero.
      Returns:
      the subsampled extent, or this is subsampling results in the same extent.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if a period is not greater than zero.
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    • translate

      public GridExtent translate(long... translation)
      Returns an extent translated by the given amount of cells compared to this extent. The returned extent has the same size than this extent, i.e. both low and high grid coordinates are displaced by the same amount of cells.
      Example: for an extent (x: [0…10], y: [2…4], z: [0…1]) and a translation {-2, 2}, the resulting extent would be (x: [-2…8], y: [4…6], z: [0…1]).

      Number of arguments

      The translation array length should be equal to the number of dimensions. If the array is shorter, missing values default to 0 (i.e. no translation in unspecified dimensions). If the array is longer, extraneous values are ignored.
      Parameters:
      translation - translation to apply on each axis in order.
      Returns:
      a grid extent whose coordinates (both low and high ones) have been translated by given amounts. If the given translation is a no-op (no value or only 0 ones), then this extent is returned as is.
      Throws:
      Arithmetic­Exception - if the translation results in coordinates that overflow 64-bits integer.
      Since:
      1.1
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    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      Returns a hash value for this grid envelope. This value needs not to remain consistent between different implementations of the same class.
      Overrides:
      hash­Code in class Object
      Returns:
      a hash value for this grid envelope.
    • equals

      public final boolean equals(Object object)
      Compares the specified object with this grid envelope for equality. This method delegates to equals(object, Comparison­Mode​.STRICT).
      Specified by:
      equals in interface Lenient­Comparable
      Overrides:
      equals in class Object
      Parameters:
      object - the object to compare with this grid envelope for equality.
      Returns:
      true if the given object is equal to this grid envelope.
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    • equals

      public boolean equals(Object object, ComparisonMode mode)
      Compares the specified object with this grid envelope for equality. If the mode is Comparison­Mode​.IGNORE_METADATA or more flexible, then the axis types are ignored.
      Specified by:
      equals in interface Lenient­Comparable
      Parameters:
      object - the object to compare with this grid envelope for equality.
      mode - the strictness level of the comparison.
      Returns:
      true if the given object is equal to this grid envelope.
      Since:
      1.1
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    • toString

      public String toString()
      Returns a string representation of this grid envelope. The returned string is implementation dependent and is provided for debugging purposes only.
      Overrides:
      to­String in class Object