Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell2010 |

- newtype Deformation v u n = Deformation (Point v n -> Point u n)
- class Deformable a b where
- asDeformation :: (Additive v, Num n) => Transformation v n -> Deformation v v n

# Documentation

newtype Deformation v u n Source

`Deformations`

are a superset of the affine transformations
represented by the `Transformation`

type. In general they are not
invertible. `Deformation`

s include projective transformations.
`Deformation`

can represent other functions from points to points
which are "well-behaved", in that they do not introduce small wiggles.

Deformation (Point v n -> Point u n) |

Semigroup (Deformation v v n) Source | |

Monoid (Deformation v v n) Source |

class Deformable a b where Source

deform' :: N a -> Deformation (V a) (V b) (N a) -> a -> b Source

`deform' epsilon d a`

transforms `a`

by the deformation `d`

.
If the type of `a`

is not closed under projection, approximate
to accuracy `epsilon`

.

deform :: Deformation (V a) (V b) (N a) -> a -> b Source

`deform d a`

transforms `a`

by the deformation `d`

.
If the type of `a`

is not closed under projection, `deform`

should call `deform'`

with some reasonable default value of
`epsilon`

.

(Metric v, Metric u, OrderedField n, (~) * r (Located (Trail u n))) => Deformable (Located (Trail v n)) r Source | |

(~) * r (Point u n) => Deformable (Point v n) r Source | |

(Metric v, Metric u, OrderedField n, (~) * r (Path u n)) => Deformable (Path v n) r Source |

asDeformation :: (Additive v, Num n) => Transformation v n -> Deformation v v n Source

`asDeformation`

converts a `Transformation`

to a `Deformation`

by
discarding the inverse transform. This allows reusing
`Transformation`

s in the construction of `Deformation`

s.