See: Description
Interface  Description 

ILcdModelModelTransformation 
An
ILcdModelModelTransformation defines the transformation between
model data in a source reference and model data in another model reference. 
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation 
An
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines the transformation between
model data and world data in a XY coordinate plane, which is also denoted
as a world point or world coordinate. 
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation 
An
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation defines the transformation between
model data and world data in XYZ coordinate plane. 
ILcdModelZWorldTransformation 
Describes a transformation from model z values to world z values.

ILcdTopocentricCoordSysTransformation 
A topocentric earth fixed cartesian coordinate system is a righthanded
cartesian coordinate system defined with respect to an ellipsoid and a
point on the ellipsoid.

ILcdXYWorldXYWorldTransformation 
An
ILcdXYWorldXYWorldTransformation defines the transformation between
two world reference systems. 
Class  Description 

TLcdCompositeModelXYZWorldTransformation 
A hybrid 2d and 3d transformation.

TLcdDefaultModelModelTransformation 
Utility class to transform points and bounds between
ILcdModelReference implementations. 
TLcdDefaultModelXYWorldTransformation 
Default implementation of ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation.

TLcdDefaultModelXYZWorldTransformation 
Default implementation of
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation . 
TLcdGeocentric2Grid 
This
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdGeocentricReference and an ILcdXYWorldReference . 
TLcdGeodetic2Geocentric 
This
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdGeodeticReference and an ILcdGeocentricReference . 
TLcdGeodetic2Grid 
This
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdGeodeticReference and an ILcdXYWorldReference . 

Deprecated
Do not use this class as
ILcdGeoidReference has become deprecated
due to the new vertical datum support in com.luciad.geodesy.ILcdGeodeticDatum
which allows to use geoids for all ILcdGeoReference instances. 
TLcdGeoReference2GeoReference 
Utility class to transform points and bounds between
ILcdGeoReference implementations. 
TLcdGrid2Geocentric 
This
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdGridReference and an ILcdGeocentricReference . 
TLcdGrid2Grid 
This
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdGridReference model reference and an ILcdGridReference
ILcdXYWorldReference . 
TLcdGridReferenceUtil 
Utility class to transform between grid coordinates and lonlat coordinates.


Deprecated 
TLcdIdentityModelXYWorldTransformation 
This
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines an identify transformation between
an ILcdModelReference and an ILcdXYWorldReference . 
TLcdIdentityModelXYZWorldTransformation 
This
ILcdModelXYZWorldTransformation defines an identify transformation between
an ILcdModelReference and an ILcdXYZWorldReference . 
TLcdLinearModelZWorldTransformation 
A model z to world z transformation that scales the model zs linearly by
a given factor.

TLcdMapWorldMapWorldTransformation 
This
ILcdXYWorldXYWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdXYWorldReference and an ILcdXYWorldReference . 

Deprecated
This class only preforms an identify transformation.


Deprecated
This class only preforms an identify transformation.

TLcdTopocentric2Grid 
This
ILcdModelXYWorldTransformation defines a transformation between
an ILcdTopocentricReference and an ILcdXYWorldReference . 

Deprecated
This class is broken.

TLcdTopocentricCoordSysTransformation 
A topocentric earth fixed cartesian coordinate system is a righthanded
cartesian coordinate system defined with respect to an ellipsoid and a
point on the ellipsoid.

The model coordinate system is defined by the model, e.g. longitude/latitude coordinate pairs representing the locations of cities in the world. It is defined with respect to a model reference, e.g. WGS84.
The world coordinate system is a common cartesian space for viewing one or more models. It is defined with respect to a world reference. It differs from the screen coordinate system only by a translation and a scaling, as is illustrated by the image below.