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CGAL 5.0 - 2D and 3D Linear Geometry Kernel
Kernel::ComputePowerProduct_3 Concept Reference



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Kernel::FT operator() (const Kernel::Weighted_point_3 &pw, const Kernel::Weighted_point_3 &qw) const
 returns the power product of pw and qw. More...

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◆ operator()()

Kernel::FT Kernel::ComputePowerProduct_3::operator() ( const Kernel::Weighted_point_3 pw,
const Kernel::Weighted_point_3 qw 
) const

returns the power product of pw and qw.

Let \( {p}^{(w)}=(p,w_p), p\in\mathbb{R}^3, w_p\in\mathbb{R}\) and \( {q}^{(w)}=(q,w_q), q\in\mathbb{R}^3, w_q\in\mathbb{R}\) be two weighted points.

The power product, also called power distance between \( {p}^{(w)}\) and \( {q}^{(w)}\) is defined as

\[ \Pi({p}^{(w)},{q}^{(w)}) = {\|{p-q}\|^2-w_p-w_q} \]

where \( \|{p-q}\|\) is the Euclidean distance between \( p\) and \( q\).

The weighted points \( {p}^{(w)}\) and \( {q}^{(w)}\) are said to be orthogonal iff \( \Pi{({p}^{(w)},{q}^{(w)})} = 0\).

Four weighted points have, in 3D, a unique common orthogonal weighted point called the power sphere. The weighted point orthogonal to three weighted points in the plane defined by these three points is called the power circle. The power segment will denote the weighted point orthogonal to two weighted points on the line defined by these two points.