CGAL 6.1  dD Range and Segment Trees

This chapter presents the CGAL range tree and segment tree data structures.
The range tree is theoretically superior to the \( Kd\)tree, but the latter often seems to perform better. However, the range tree as implemented in CGAL is more flexible than the \( Kd\)tree implementation, in that it enables to layer together range trees and segment trees in the same data structure.
CGAL::Range_segment_tree_set_traits_2<R>
CGAL::Range_segment_tree_set_traits_3<R>
CGAL::Range_tree_map_traits_2<R,T>
CGAL::Range_tree_map_traits_3<R,T>
CGAL::Segment_tree_map_traits_2<R,T>
CGAL::Segment_tree_map_traits_3<R,T>
CGAL::tree_interval_traits
CGAL::tree_point_traits
CGAL::Range_tree_d<Data, Window, Traits>
CGAL::Range_tree_k<Traits>
CGAL::Segment_tree_d<Data, Window, Traits>
CGAL::Segment_tree_k<Traits>
CGAL::Tree_anchor<Data, Window>
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class  CGAL::Tree_anchor< Data, Window > 
Tree_anchor is also derived from Tree_base . More...  