Uses of Package
org.opengis.referencing.cs
Package
Description
Coordinate systems and their
axis.
Coordinate operations (relationship between
any two coordinate reference systems).

ClassDescriptionA two or threedimensional coordinate system with straight axes that are not necessarily orthogonal.A 1, 2, or 3dimensional coordinate system.The set of coordinate system axes that spans a given coordinate space.A two or threedimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by geodetic latitude, geodetic longitude, and (in the threedimensional case) ellipsoidal height.A threedimensional coordinate system with one distance measured from the origin and two angular coordinates.A onedimensional coordinate system containing a single time axis, used to describe the temporal position of a point in the specified time units from a specified time origin.A onedimensional coordinate system used to record the heights (or depths) of points.

ClassDescriptionA two or threedimensional coordinate system with straight axes that are not necessarily orthogonal.The direction of positive increments in the coordinate value for a coordinate system axis.A 1, 2, or 3dimensional coordinate system.The set of coordinate system axes that spans a given coordinate space.Definition of a coordinate system axis.A threedimensional coordinate system consisting of a polar coordinate system extended by a straight coordinate axis perpendicular to the plane spanned by the polar coordinate system.A two or threedimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by geodetic latitude, geodetic longitude, and (in the threedimensional case) ellipsoidal height.A onedimensional coordinate system that consists of the points that lie on the single axis described.A twodimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by the distance from the origin and the angle between the line from the origin to a point and a reference direction.Meaning of the axis value range specified through minimum value and maximum value.A threedimensional coordinate system with one distance measured from the origin and two angular coordinates.A onedimensional coordinate system containing a single time axis, used to describe the temporal position of a point in the specified time units from a specified time origin.A two or threedimensional coordinate system that consists of any combination of coordinate axes not covered by any other Coordinate System type.A onedimensional coordinate system used to record the heights (or depths) of points.

ClassDescriptionThe set of coordinate system axes that spans a given coordinate space.