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 * \file
 * \brief \todo brief description
 * Copyright 2006 Nathan Hurst <njh@mail.csse.monash.edu.au>
 * Copyright 2006 Michael G. Sloan <mgsloan@gmail.com>
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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/** A convex cover is a sequence of convex polygons that completely cover the path.  For now a
 * convex hull class is included here (the convex-hull header is wrong)

#include <2geom/point.h>
#include <vector>

namespace Geom{

/** ConvexHull
 * A convexhull is a convex region - every point between two points in the convex hull is also in
 * the convex hull.  It is defined by a set of points travelling in a clockwise direction.  We require the first point to be top most, and of the topmost, leftmost.

 * An empty hull has no points, we allow a single point or two points degenerate cases.

 * We could provide the centroid as a member for efficient direction determination.  We can update the
 * centroid with all operations with the same time complexity as the operation.

00055 class ConvexHull{
public: // XXX: should be private :)
    // extracts the convex hull of boundary. internal use only
    void find_pivot();
    void angle_sort();
    void graham_scan();
    void graham();
    std::vector<Point> boundary;
    //Point centroid;

    void merge(Point p);
    bool contains_point(Point p);
    bool strict_contains_point(Point p);

    inline Point operator[](int i) const {

        int l = boundary.size();
        if(l == 0) return Point();
        return boundary[i >= 0 ? i % l : (i % l) + l];

    /*inline Point &operator[](unsigned i) {
        int l = boundary.size();
        if(l == 0) return Point();
        return boundary[i >= 0 ? i % l : i % l + l];

    ConvexHull() {}
    ConvexHull(std::vector<Point> const & points) {
        boundary = points;

    template <typename T>
    ConvexHull(T b, T e) :boundary(b,e) {}


    /** Is the convex hull clockwise?  We use the definition of clockwise from point.h
    bool is_clockwise() const;
    bool no_colinear_points() const;
    bool top_point_first() const;
    bool meets_invariants() const;

    // contains no points
    bool empty() const { return boundary.empty();}

    // contains exactly one point
    bool singular() const { return boundary.size() == 1;}

    //  all points are on a line
    bool linear() const { return boundary.size() == 2;}
    bool is_degenerate() const;

    // area of the convex hull
    double centroid_and_area(Geom::Point& centroid) const;
    double area() const {
        Point tmp;
        return centroid_and_area(tmp);

    // furthest point in a direction (lg time)
    Point const * furthest(Point direction) const;

    bool is_left(Point p, int n);
    bool is_strict_left(Point p, int n);
    int find_left(Point p);
    int find_strict_left(Point p);
    double narrowest_diameter(Point &a, Point &b, Point &c);


// do two convex hulls intersect?
bool intersectp(ConvexHull a, ConvexHull b);

std::vector<Point> bridge_points(ConvexHull a, ConvexHull b);

// find the convex hull intersection
ConvexHull intersection(ConvexHull a, ConvexHull b);
ConvexHull sweepline_intersection(ConvexHull const &a, ConvexHull const &b);

// find the convex hull of a set of convex hulls
ConvexHull merge(ConvexHull a, ConvexHull b);

// naive approach
ConvexHull graham_merge(ConvexHull a, ConvexHull b);

unsigned find_bottom_right(ConvexHull const &a);

/*** Arbitrary transform operator.
 * Take a convex hull and apply an arbitrary convexity preserving transform.
 *  we should be concerned about singular tranforms here.
template <class T> ConvexHull operator*(ConvexHull const &p, T const &m) {
    ConvexHull pr;


    for(unsigned i = 0; i < p.boundary.size(); i++) {
    return pr;

ConvexHull clip(ConvexHull const & ch, Point n, double d);

//TODO: reinstate
/*class ConvexCover{
    Path const* path;
    std::vector<ConvexHull> cc;

    ConvexCover(Path const &sp);



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