Module org.opengis.geoapi
Package org.opengis.referencing.operation
package org.opengis.referencing.operation
Coordinate operations (relationship between any two CRS).
If the relationship between any two coordinate reference systems (CRS) is known,
coordinates in one CRS can be transformed or converted to another CRS.
If the CRS is dynamic, coordinates also may be referenced to a different coordinate epoch,
or to both a different CRS and different coordinate epoch.
The algorithm used to execute a single coordinate operation is defined in the operation method. Each operation method can use a number of parameters, and each single coordinate operation assigns value to these parameters.
A coordinate operation (transformation or conversion) can be timevarying, and must be timevarying if either the source or target CRS is time varying. When the coordinate operation is timevarying, the operation method used will also be timevarying, and some of the parameters used by that operation method will involve time. For example, some of the parameters may have time, velocity, and/or acceleration values and units.
 Since:
 1.0

ClassDescriptionAn ordered sequence of two or more single coordinate operations.Deprecated.This interface is not part of the OGC/ISO abstract specifications.Operation in which the parameter values are defined rather than empirically derived.A mathematical operation on coordinates that transforms or converts coordinates to another CRS or epoch.Creates coordinate transformation objects from codes.Creates coordinate operations from parameter values, or infers operations from source and target CRS.Deprecated.This interface is not part of the OGC/ISO abstract specifications.Specification of the coordinate operation method formula.Transforms multidimensional coordinate points.Transforms onedimensional coordinate points.Transforms twodimensional coordinate points.Low level factory for creating
MathTransform
instances.A two dimensional array of numbers.Thrown whenMathTransform.inverse()
is invoked but the transform cannot be inverted.Algorithm or procedure used to perform a coordinate operation.Thrown when a coordinate operation is not found.An operation specifying a subset of a coordinate tuple subjected to a specific coordinate operation.Deprecated.This interface is not part of the OGC/ISO abstract specifications.Change of coordinate values within one CRS due to the motion of the point between two coordinate epochs.A conversion from geodetic (longitude,latitude) coordinates to Cartesian (x,y) coordinates.Services supported by the coordinate operation packages.A parameterized mathematical operation on coordinates that changes coordinates to another CRS.Operation in which parameters are empirically derived from a series of points in both CRSs.Common superclass for a number of transformationrelated exceptions.