com.esri.core.geometry.OperatorUnion Java Examples

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Example #1
Source Project: geometry-api-java   Author: Esri   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public OGCGeometry union(OGCGeometry another) {
	String thisType = geometryType();
	String anotherType = another.geometryType();
	if (thisType != anotherType || thisType == OGCConcreteGeometryCollection.TYPE) {
		//heterogeneous union.
		//We make a geometry collection, then process to union parts and remove overlaps.
		ArrayList<OGCGeometry> geoms = new ArrayList<OGCGeometry>();
		OGCConcreteGeometryCollection geomCol = new OGCConcreteGeometryCollection(geoms, esriSR);
		return geomCol.flattenAndRemoveOverlaps().reduceFromMulti();
	OperatorUnion op = (OperatorUnion) OperatorFactoryLocal.getInstance()
	GeometryCursorAppend ap = new GeometryCursorAppend(
			getEsriGeometryCursor(), another.getEsriGeometryCursor());
	com.esri.core.geometry.GeometryCursor cursor = op.execute(ap,
			getEsriSpatialReference(), null);
	return OGCGeometry.createFromEsriCursor(cursor, esriSR);
Example #2
Source Project: spatial-framework-for-hadoop   Author: Esri   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public boolean iterate(BytesWritable geomref) throws HiveException {

			if (geomref == null) {
				return false;

			if (xgc == null) {
				firstWKID = GeometryUtils.getWKID(geomref);
				if (firstWKID != GeometryUtils.WKID_UNKNOWN) {
					spatialRef = SpatialReference.create(firstWKID);
				// Need new geometry cursors both initially and after every terminatePartial(),
				// because the geometry cursors can not be re-used after extracting the
				// unioned geometry with
				//Create an empty listener.
				lgc = new ListeningGeometryCursor();
				//Obtain union operator - after taking note of spatial reference.
				xgc = OperatorUnion.local().execute(lgc, spatialRef, null);
			} else if (firstWKID != GeometryUtils.getWKID(geomref)) {
				LogUtils.Log_SRIDMismatch(LOG, geomref, firstWKID);
				return false;

			try {
				lgc.tick(GeometryUtils.geometryFromEsriShape(geomref).getEsriGeometry());   // push
				xgc.tock();   // tock to match tick
				return true;
			} catch (Exception e) {
				LogUtils.Log_InternalError(LOG, "ST_Aggr_Union: " + e);
				return false;

Example #3
Source Project: presto   Author: prestosql   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
private static Slice stUnion(Iterable<Slice> slices)
    // The current state of Esri/geometry-api-java does not allow support for multiple dimensions being
    // fed to the union operator without dropping the lower dimensions:
    // When operating over a collection of geometries, it is more efficient to reuse the same operator
    // for the entire operation.  Therefore, split the inputs and operators by dimension, and then union
    // each dimension's result at the end.
    ListeningGeometryCursor[] cursorsByDimension = new ListeningGeometryCursor[NUMBER_OF_DIMENSIONS];
    GeometryCursor[] operatorsByDimension = new GeometryCursor[NUMBER_OF_DIMENSIONS];

    setAll(cursorsByDimension, i -> new ListeningGeometryCursor());
    setAll(operatorsByDimension, i -> OperatorUnion.local().execute(cursorsByDimension[i], null, null));

    Iterator<Slice> slicesIterator = slices.iterator();
    if (!slicesIterator.hasNext()) {
        return null;
    while (slicesIterator.hasNext()) {
        Slice slice =;
        // Ignore null inputs
        if (slice.getInput().available() == 0) {

        for (OGCGeometry geometry : flattenCollection(deserialize(slice))) {
            int dimension = geometry.dimension();

    List<OGCGeometry> outputs = new ArrayList<>();
    for (GeometryCursor operator : operatorsByDimension) {
        OGCGeometry unionedGeometry = createFromEsriGeometry(, null);
        if (unionedGeometry != null) {

    if (outputs.size() == 1) {
        return serialize(outputs.get(0));
    return serialize(new OGCConcreteGeometryCollection(outputs, null).flattenAndRemoveOverlaps().reduceFromMulti());