Class AbstractDirectPosition

All Implemented Interfaces:
Position, Direct­Position
Direct Known Subclasses:
Direct­Position1D, General­Direct­Position

public abstract class AbstractDirectPosition extends FormattableObject implements DirectPosition
Default implementations of some Direct­Position methods, leaving the data storage to subclasses. A direct position holds the coordinates for a position within some coordinate reference system. This base class provides default implementations for to­String(), equals(Object) and hash­Code() methods.

This base class does not hold any state and does not implement the Serializable or Cloneable interfaces. The internal representation, and the choice to be cloneable or serializable, is left to subclasses.


Defined in the sis-referencing module

  • Constructor Details

    • AbstractDirectPosition

      protected AbstractDirectPosition()
      Constructs a direct position.
  • Method Details

    • castOrCopy

      public static AbstractDirectPosition castOrCopy(DirectPosition position)
      Returns the given position as an Abstract­Direct­Position instance. If the given position is already an instance of Abstract­Direct­Position, then it is returned unchanged. Otherwise the coordinate values and the CRS of the given position are copied in a new position.
      position - the position to cast, or null.
      the values of the given position as an Abstract­Direct­Position instance.
    • getDirectPosition

      public final DirectPosition getDirectPosition()
      Returns always this, the direct position for this position.
      Specified by:
      get­Direct­Position in interface Position
    • getCoordinateReferenceSystem

      public CoordinateReferenceSystem getCoordinateReferenceSystem()
      Returns the coordinate reference system in which the coordinate tuple is given. May be null if this particular Direct­Position is included in a larger object with such a reference to a coordinate reference system.

      The default implementation returns null. Subclasses should override this method if the CRS can be provided.

      Specified by:
      get­Coordinate­Reference­System in interface Direct­Position
      the coordinate reference system, or null.
    • getCoordinate

      public double[] getCoordinate()
      Returns a sequence of numbers that hold the coordinate of this position in its reference system.
      Specified by:
      get­Coordinate in interface Direct­Position
      the coordinates.
    • setOrdinate

      public void setOrdinate(int dimension, double value)
      Sets the coordinate value along the specified dimension.

      The default implementation throws Unsupported­Operation­Exception. Subclasses need to override this method if this direct position is mutable.

      Specified by:
      set­Ordinate in interface Direct­Position
      dimension - the dimension for the coordinate of interest.
      value - the coordinate value of interest.
      Index­Out­Of­Bounds­Exception - if the given index is negative or is equals or greater than the position dimension.
      Unsupported­Operation­Exception - if this direct position is immutable.
    • setLocation

      Sets this direct position to the given position. If the given position is null, then all coordinate values are set to Na­N.

      If this position and the given position have a non-null CRS, then the default implementation requires the CRS to be equals (ignoring metadata), otherwise a Mismatched­Reference­System­Exception is thrown. However subclass may choose to assign the CRS of this position to the CRS of the given position.

      position - the new position, or null.
      Mismatched­Dimension­Exception - if the given position doesn't have the expected dimension.
      Mismatched­Reference­System­Exception - if the given position doesn't use the expected CRS.
    • normalize

      public boolean normalize()
      Ensures that the position is contained in the coordinate system domain. For each dimension, this method compares the coordinate values against the limits of the coordinate system axis for that dimension. If some coordinates are out of range, then there is a choice depending on the axis range meaning:
      true if this position has been modified as a result of this method call, or false if no change has been done.
      See Also:
    • formatTo

      protected String formatTo(Formatter formatter)
      Formats this position in the Well Known Text (WKT) format. The format is like below, where x₀, x₁, x₂, etc. are the coordinate values at index 0, 1, 2, etc.:
      POINT[x₀ x₁ x₂ …]
      If the coordinate reference system is geodetic or projected, then coordinate values are formatted with a precision equivalent to one centimetre on Earth (the actual number of fraction digits is adjusted for the axis unit of measurement and the planet size if different than Earth).
      Specified by:
      format­To in class Formattable­Object
      formatter - the formatter where to format the inner content of this point.
      the WKT keyword, which is "Point" for this element.
      See Also:
    • toString

      public String toString()
      Formats this position in the Well Known Text (WKT) format. The returned string is like below, where x₀, x₁, x₂, etc. are the coordinate values at index 0, 1, 2, etc.:
      POINT(x₀ x₁ x₂ …)
      This method formats the numbers as with Double​.to­String(double) (i.e. without fixed number of fraction digits). The string returned by this method can be parsed by the General­Direct­Position constructor.
      to­String in class Formattable­Object
      this position as a POINT in Well Known Text (WKT) format.
    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      Returns a hash value for this coordinate tuple. This method returns a value compliant with the contract documented in the Direct­Position​.hash­Code() javadoc. Consequently, it should be possible to mix different Direct­Position implementations in the same hash map.
      Specified by:
      hash­Code in interface Direct­Position
      hash­Code in class Object
      a hash code value for this position.
    • equals

      public boolean equals(Object object)
      Returns true if the specified object is also a Direct­Position with equal coordinates and equal CRS. This method performs the comparison as documented in the Direct­Position​.equals(Object) javadoc. In particular, the given object is not required to be of the same implementation class. Consequently, it should be possible to mix different Direct­Position implementations in the same hash map.
      Specified by:
      equals in interface Direct­Position
      equals in class Object
      object - the object to compare with this position.
      true if the given object is equal to this position.