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Andrew Willis updated MATH780:

Description:
New to the work here. Thanks for your efforts on this code.
I create a BSPTree from a BoundaryRep (Brep) my test Brep is a cube as represented by a float
array containing 8 3D points in(x,y,z) order and an array of indices (12 triplets for the
12 faces of the cube). I construct a BSPMesh() as shown in the code below. I can construct
the PolyhedronsSet() but have problems extracting the faces from the BSPTree to reconstruct
the BRep. The attached code (BSPMesh2.java) shows that a small change to 1 of the vertex positions
causes/corrects the problem.
Any ideas?
was:
New to the work here. Thanks for your efforts on this code.
I create a BSPTree from a BoundaryRep (Brep) my test Brep is a tetrahedron as represented
by a float array containing 4 3D points (x,y,z) order and an array of indices (4 triplets
for the 4 faces of the tet). I construct a BSPMesh() as shown in the code below. I can construct
the PolyhedronsSet() however, when I interrogate the shape (with getSize() or getBoundarySize()
I get infinity back as a result). When I try to get back the BRep (by traversing the BSPTree
resulting from PolyhedronsSet.getTree(true) and getting the PolygonsSet() associated with
each 3D SubPlane, I get a null vertex back and strange values.
Any ideas?
public class BSPMesh {
public BSPMesh(float[] coords, int[] indices) {
double size;
setBoundingBox(coords);
ArrayList<SubHyperplane<Euclidean3D>> subHyperplaneList = new ArrayList();
for (int idx = 0; idx < indices.length; idx += 3) {
int idxA = indices[idx] * 3;
int idxB = indices[idx + 1] * 3;
int idxC = indices[idx + 2] * 3;
Vector3D v_1 = new Vector3D(coords[idxA], coords[idxA + 1], coords[idxA + 2]);
Vector3D v_2 = new Vector3D(coords[idxB], coords[idxB + 1], coords[idxB + 2]);
Vector3D v_3 = new Vector3D(coords[idxC], coords[idxC + 1], coords[idxC + 2]);
Vector3D[] vertices = {v_1, v_2, v_3};
Plane polyPlane = new Plane(v_1, v_2, v_3);
ArrayList<SubHyperplane<Euclidean2D>> lines = new ArrayList();
Vector2D[] projPts = new Vector2D[vertices.length];
for (int ptIdx=0; ptIdx < projPts.length; ptIdx++) {
projPts[ptIdx] = polyPlane.toSubSpace(vertices[ptIdx]);
}
SubLine lineInPlane = null;
for (int ptIdx=0; ptIdx < projPts.length; ptIdx++) {
lineInPlane = new SubLine(projPts[ptIdx], projPts[(ptIdx+1)%projPts.length]);
lines.add(lineInPlane);
}
Region<Euclidean2D> polyRegion = new PolygonsSet(lines);
SubPlane polygon = new SubPlane(polyPlane, polyRegion);
size = polyRegion.getSize(); // correct size here
Vector3D[][] verticesTest = getVertices(polygon); // correctly retrieves the BRep
for each face
subHyperplaneList.add(polygon);
}
PolyhedronsSet polyhedronsSet = new PolyhedronsSet(subHyperplaneList);
BSPTree<Euclidean3D> myTree = polyhedronsSet.getTree(true);
size = polyhedronsSet.getSize(); // strange Inf returned
size = polyhedronsSet2.getBoundarySize(); // strange Inf returned
// Member variable and other code for extracting the BRep not included here... can
include if desired
//tree = myTree;
//Vector3D[][] vertices = getVertices((SubPlane) ((BoundaryAttribute) tree.getAttribute()).getPlusOutside());
// strange values returned here
System.out.println("END");
}
public static void main(String[] args) {
float[] tetCoords = {1, 0, 0,
2, 0, 0,
1, 1, 0,
1, 0, 1};
int[] tetIndices = {0, 1, 2,
0, 1, 3,
0, 2, 3,
2, 1, 3};
BSPMesh blah = new BSPMesh(tetCoords, tetIndices);
}
}
> BSPTree class and recovery of a Euclidean 3D BRep
> 
>
> Key: MATH780
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MATH780
> Project: Commons Math
> Issue Type: Bug
> Affects Versions: 3.0
> Environment: Linux
> Reporter: Andrew Willis
> Labels: BSPTree, euclidean.threed
> Attachments: BSPMesh2.java
>
>
> New to the work here. Thanks for your efforts on this code.
> I create a BSPTree from a BoundaryRep (Brep) my test Brep is a cube as represented by
a float array containing 8 3D points in(x,y,z) order and an array of indices (12 triplets
for the 12 faces of the cube). I construct a BSPMesh() as shown in the code below. I can construct
the PolyhedronsSet() but have problems extracting the faces from the BSPTree to reconstruct
the BRep. The attached code (BSPMesh2.java) shows that a small change to 1 of the vertex positions
causes/corrects the problem.
> Any ideas?

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