Implemention of the CGAlgorithms using non-robust algorithms.
For a list of all members of this type, see NonRobustCGAlgorithms Members.
Geometric algorithms involve a combination of combinatorial and numerical computation. As with all numerical computation using finite-precision numbers, the algorithms chosen are susceptible to problems of robustness. A robustness problem occurs when a numerical calculation produces an inexact answer due to round-off errors. Robustness problems are especially serious in geometric computation, since the numerical errors can propagate into the combinatorial computations and result in complete failure of the algorithm.
Namespace: Geotools.Algorithms Namespace