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/*
      (c) Copyright 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, LP, all rights reserved.
      [See end of file]
      $Id: GraphExtract.java,v 1.9 2008/01/02 12:06:55 andy_seaborne Exp $
*/

package com.hp.hpl.jena.graph;

import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.Set;

import com.hp.hpl.jena.util.CollectionFactory;

/**
     GraphExtract offers a very simple recursive extraction of a subgraph with a
     specified root in some supergraph. The recursion is terminated by triples
     that satisfy some supplied boundary condition.
     
   @author hedgehog
*/
public class GraphExtract
    {
    protected final TripleBoundary b;
    
    public GraphExtract( TripleBoundary b )
        { this.b = b; }
    
    /**
         Answer a new graph which is the reachable subgraph from <code>node</code>
         in <code>graph</code> with the terminating condition given by the
         TripleBoundary passed to the constructor.
    */
    public Graph extract( Node node, Graph graph )
        { return extractInto( Factory.createGraphMem(), node, graph ); }
    
    /**
         Answer the graph <code>toUpdate</code> augmented with the sub-graph of
         <code>extractFrom</code> reachable from <code>root</code> bounded
         by this instance's TripleBoundary.
    */
    public Graph extractInto( Graph toUpdate, Node root, Graph extractFrom )
        { new Extraction( b, toUpdate, extractFrom ).extractInto( root );
        return toUpdate; }
    
    /**
         This is the class that does all the work, in the established context of the
         source and destination graphs, the TripleBoundary that determines the
         limits of the extraction, and a local set <code>active</code> of nodes 
         already seen and hence not to be re-processed.
        @author kers
     */
    protected static class Extraction
        {
        protected Graph toUpdate;
        protected Graph extractFrom;
        protected Set active;
        protected TripleBoundary b;
        
        Extraction( TripleBoundary b, Graph toUpdate, Graph extractFrom )
            {
            this.toUpdate = toUpdate;
            this.extractFrom = extractFrom;
            this.active = CollectionFactory.createHashedSet();
            this.b = b;
            }
        
        public void extractInto( Node root  )
            {
            active.add( root );
            Iterator it = extractFrom.find( root, Node.ANY, Node.ANY );
            while (it.hasNext())
                {
                Triple t = (Triple) it.next();
                Node subRoot = t.getObject();
                toUpdate.add( t );
                if (! (active.contains( subRoot ) || b.stopAt( t ))) extractInto( subRoot );
                }
            }
        }
    

    }

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