[Developers] Visualising bounding boxes

Erik Schnetter schnetter at uni-tuebingen.de
Sun Jan 25 08:56:05 CST 2004


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A "bounding box" denotes the extent of a grid, or in general a region in 
space.  Internally, Carpet handles bounding boxes a lot.  It would be 
nice if there was a good way of visualising bounding boxes (and sets 
thereof).  Examining the output of the "CarpetLib::output_bboxes=yes" 
options by hand is difficult.

I am open for ideas, and especially for tools.  Visualising them by 
their outline becomes quickly too confusing.  It would also be 
necessary to compare sets of bounding boxes, e.g. denoting the interior 
and the boundaries, respectively, of different components.

- -erik

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