public class AffineTransformationBuilder extends Object
AffineTransformationdefined by a set of control vectors. A control vector consists of a source point and a destination point, which is the image of the source point under the desired transformation.
A transformation is well-defined by a set of three control vectors if and only if the source points are not collinear. (In particular, the degenerate situation where two or more source points are identical will not produce a well-defined transformation). A well-defined transformation exists and is unique. If the control vectors are not well-defined, the system of equations defining the transformation matrix entries is not solvable, and no transformation can be determined.
No such restriction applies to the destination points. However, if the destination points are collinear or non-unique, a non-invertible transformations will be generated.
This technique of recovering a transformation from its effect on known points is used in the Bilinear Interpolated Triangulation algorithm for warping planar surfaces.
|Constructor and Description|
Constructs a new builder for the transformation defined by the given set of control point mappings.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
public AffineTransformationBuilder(Coordinate src0, Coordinate src1, Coordinate src2, Coordinate dest0, Coordinate dest1, Coordinate dest2)
src0- a control point
src1- a control point
src2- a control point
dest0- the image of control point 0 under the required transformation
dest1- the image of control point 1 under the required transformation
dest2- the image of control point 2 under the required transformation
public AffineTransformation getTransformation()
AffineTransformationdetermined by the control point mappings, or
nullif the control vectors do not determine a well-defined transformation.
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