13 Jun 2005
13 May 2015)
Geometry library for matlab. Performs geometric computations on points, lines, circles, polygons...
function poly2 = polygonExpand(polygon, dist)
%POLYGONEXPAND 'expand' a polygon with a given distance
% EXPOLY = polygonExpand(POLYGON, D);
% Associates each edge of POLYGON to an edge located at distance D, and
% computes polygon given by growing edges.
% This is a kind of dilatation, but behaviour on corners is different.
% This function keeps angles of polygons, but there is no direct relation
% between length of 2 polygons.
% It works fine for convex polygons, or for polygons whose complexity is
% not too high (self intersection of result polygon is not tested).
% It is also possible to specify negative distance, and get all points
% inside the polygon. If the polygon is convex, the result equals
% morphological erosion of polygon by a ball with radius equal to the
% given distance.
% See also:
% author : David Legland
% INRA - TPV URPOI - BIA IMASTE
% created the 14/05/2005.
% HISTORY :
% 31/07/2005 : change algo for negative distance : use clipping of
% polygon by half-planes
% 17/06/2009 deprecate
% deprecation warning
'''polygonExpand'' is deprecated, use ''expandPolygon'' instead');
% eventually copy first point at the end
if sum(polygon(end, :)==polygon(1,:))~=2
polygon = [polygon; polygon(1,:)];
% number of vertics of polygon
N = size(polygon, 1)-1;
% find lines parallel to polygon edges with distance DIST
line = zeros(N, 4);
side = createLine(polygon(i,:), polygon(i+1,:));
%perp = orthogonalLine(side, polygon(i,:));
%pts2 = pointOnLine(perp, -dist);
line(i, 1:4) = parallelLine(side, -dist);
% compute intersection points of consecutive lines
line = [line;line(1,:)];
poly2 = zeros(N, 2);
poly2(i,1:2) = intersectLines(line(i,:), line(i+1,:));
poly2 = polygon;
% clip polygon with all lines parallel to edges
poly2 = clipPolygonHP(poly2, line(i,:));