Package com.luciad.network.function
Class ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction<N,E>
java.lang.Object
com.luciad.network.function.ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction<N,E>
 All Implemented Interfaces:
ILcdEdgeValueFunction<N,
E>
public abstract class ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction<N,E>
extends Object
implements ILcdEdgeValueFunction<N,E>
ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction
is an abstract class which can be used to implement edge functions
that associate values with edges, without taking any other information (like the route preceding this
edge) into account. Since:
 5.1

Constructor Summary

Method Summary
Modifier and TypeMethodDescriptionfinal double
computeEdgeValue
(ILcdGraph<N, E> aGraph, ILcdRoute<N, E> aRoute, E aNextEdge, TLcdTraversalDirection aTraversalDirection) Returns the value associated withaEdge
.abstract double
computeEdgeValue
(ILcdGraph<N, E> aGraph, E aEdge, TLcdTraversalDirection aTraversalDirection) Returns the value associated with the given edge.final int
getOrder()
Returns the order of this function.

Constructor Details

ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction
public ALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction()Constructs a newALcdSimpleEdgeValueFunction
.


Method Details

computeEdgeValue
public final double computeEdgeValue(ILcdGraph<N, E> aGraph, ILcdRoute<N, E> aRoute, E aNextEdge, TLcdTraversalDirection aTraversalDirection) Description copied from interface:ILcdEdgeValueFunction
Returns the value associated withaEdge
. Specified by:
computeEdgeValue
in interfaceILcdEdgeValueFunction<N,
E>  Parameters:
aGraph
 the graph from which the edge is part.aRoute
 the route, to which the edge connects (i.e. the end node of this route is one of the two nodes connected by the edge). Depending on the function, the information used from this route in the calculation of the edge value can differ: a simple distance function will not use any information from this route, while a turn function which describes a relationship between two succeeding edges will typically use the last edge of the route in its calculation. The route should be completely contained in the given graph, otherwise the correct behavior of this method is not guaranteed.aNextEdge
 the edge for which a value should be returned. This edge should be part of the given graph and adjacent to the end of the given route, otherwise the correct behavior of this method is not guaranteed.aTraversalDirection
 indicating whether the traversal direction should be forward or backward. IfBACKWARD
, the given edge will be traversed in opposite direction, and the preceding route becomes thus the succeeding route and vice versa. Returns:
 the value associated with
aEdge

getOrder
public final int getOrder()Description copied from interface:ILcdEdgeValueFunction
Returns the order of this function. The order of a edge function is the maximum number of preceding edges which are taken into account when calculating a edge value.E.g. a simple cartesian distance function has order 0, because it doesn't use any other information than the edge length itself; a function which implements turn rules in traffic, will typically be of order 1, because it takes only the first preceding edge into account (i.e. de road from which the vehicle came from when entering the next road). Other, more complex functions can have a higher order.
 Specified by:
getOrder
in interfaceILcdEdgeValueFunction<N,
E>  Returns:
 the order of this function.

computeEdgeValue
public abstract double computeEdgeValue(ILcdGraph<N, E> aGraph, E aEdge, TLcdTraversalDirection aTraversalDirection) Returns the value associated with the given edge. Parameters:
aGraph
 the graph in which the edge is contained.aEdge
 the edge.aTraversalDirection
 the direction in which the edge is traversed. Returns:
 the value associated with
aEdge
.  Throws:
IllegalArgumentException
 The edge is not part of the given graph.NullPointerException
 one of the arguments isnull
.
