[OSRM-talk] Can hints be used to identify a common segment?
patrick.niklaus at student.kit.edu
Tue Apr 21 16:19:41 UTC 2015
You can use "DecodeFromBase64" in "algorithms/object_encoder.hpp" to decode
the hints to a "phantom_node_pair".
Phantom nodes contain contain a "forward_node_id" and "backward_node_id"
which you can use to determine if its the same segment.
On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 3:33 PM, Stephen Woodbridge <woodbri at swoodbridge.com
> Hi Fernando,
> Thank you that is a useful observation but my problem is a little
> different. I have many positions and I would like to determine those that
> lie on the same segment so that I can group them together.
> If I remember correctly the hint is a base64 encoded pointer to the edge
> plus something like and offset along the edge. I could be useful to take
> advantage of this information to group and order locations along a path.
> I'll see if I can figure it out from the source code.
> On 4/21/2015 8:28 AM, Fernando Pacheco wrote:
>> If both points are in the same segment, their position (third element in
>> route_instructions) should be consecutive.
>> Located on the same street but in different segments (3 and 5):
>> ["9", "General José Esteban Brito del Pino" 122,3,14, "121m", "S", 193.1]
>> ["9", "General José Esteban Brito del Pino", 57,5,21, "56m", "S", 191.1]
>> In the same segment (4 and 5):
>> ["9", "General José Esteban Brito del Pino", 35,4,5, "34m", "S", 191.1]
>> ["9", "General José Esteban Brito del Pino", 56,5,21, "56m", "S", 190.1]
>> May be?. Fernando.
>> El 21/04/15 a las 00:24, Stephen Woodbridge escribió:
>>> I have a need to be able to identify if two locations are on the same
>>> segment. We already have the hints for each location and there seems to
>>> be some commonality in the hints for location on the same segment.
>>> I'm wondering if there is a safe way to use the hints to determine if
>>> they are on the same segment.
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