public class ShiftMap
- extends Mapping
Java interface to the AST ShiftMap class
- add a constant value to each coordinate.
A ShiftMap is a linear Mapping which shifts each axis by a
specified constant value.
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- See Also:
- AST ShiftMap
Creates a ShiftMap.
|Methods inherited from class uk.ac.starlink.ast.Mapping
decompose, getInvert, getNin, getNout, getReport, getTranForward, getTranInverse, invert, linearApprox, mapBox, mapSplit, rate, rebin, rebinD, rebinF, rebinI, resample, resampleB, resampleD, resampleF, resampleI, resampleL, resampleS, setInvert, setReport, simplify, tran1, tran2, tranGrid, tranN, tranP
|Methods inherited from class uk.ac.starlink.ast.AstObject
annul, clear, copy, delete, equals, finalize, getAstConstantI, getB, getC, getD, getF, getI, getID, getIdent, getL, getNobject, getObjSize, getRefCount, hashCode, isThreaded, reportVersions, sameObject, set, setB, setC, setD, setF, setI, setID, setIdent, setL, show, test, tune
public ShiftMap(double shift)
- Creates a ShiftMap.
The number of input coordinates is equal to the number of output
coordinates, and is equal to the number of elements in the
shift - An array containing the values to be added on to the input
coordinates in order to create the output coordinates. A separate
value should be supplied for each coordinate.
AstException - if an error occurred in the AST library
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