Java examples for java.lang:Math Geometry

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- clockwise Bisect
- clockwise Rotation
- counter clockwise Rotation
- dms To Degrees
- format Degree To Dms
- format Degree To Hms
- hms To Degree
- get Angular Difference
- subtract 180 Difference
- Returns the vertical sharing value If the value returned is negative, then the widgets are not in the same column
- quadratic Out Ease animation value
- The opposite transformation of compass to cartesian.
- Converts a compass heading (0-360 degrees, 0 north) to a cartesian angle (0-360, 0 along x-axis).
- Converts an angle (in degrees, assuming 0 degrees is straight up, and clockwise is an increase in angle, and positive X is right) to an X location point.
- converts cartesian coordinates (positive Y is down, positive X is right) into an angle in degrees (0 degrees is up, clockwise is positive).
- Method for checking if two points are in sight of each other.
- Compute the x and y configured norms of all other points from the data points at time step t.
- get Earth Radius For Latitude
- get a hash that represents coords of the tile in google aerial
- get Intersection Point
- cubic Newton
- Recursively fixes the given angle to be within 0 -> 2*PI radians
- get Closer Point
- Calculate the surface bitangent for the three supplied vertices and coordinates and store the result in dest.
- Calculate the surface tangent and bitangent for the three supplied vertices and coordinates and store the result in dest.
- Calculate the surface tangent for the three supplied vertices and coordinates and store the result in dest.
- Find the angle between three points.
- Create the geometry of an arrow.
- Return the geometry of an ellipse based on its four top points.
- Calculates center of the arc.
- rotate Point
- Compute the difference between two angles.
- Sum of two angles.
- Calculate the normal of a surface defined by points v1, v2 and v3 and store it in dest.
- Rotate angle by PI radians.
- Modify the object by applying the given transform.
- intersects Area
- Extract scaling from AffineTransform Let assume that the AffineTransform is a composite of scales, translates, and rotates.
- get Angle Degree
- Do a scaling transformation around the anchor point
- Draw positive sensor intervals on a complex region
- Fit y=ax^2+bx through (0,0), (x1,y1), (x2,y2).
- Check if two double precision numbers are "equal", i.e.
- Return true if c is between a and b.
- Return largest of four numbers.
- Adds two points.
- Multiplies a point with a scalar.
- Subtracts one point from another point.
- Whether point a must be rotated clockwise around the center point to align with point b.
- Rotates a point a given angle around the center.
- Returns the difference of both orientations.
- degrees To Radians
- Point Cross Product
- Converts radians to degrees.
- Converts degrees to radians.