Hi Roland,

Am 20.09.2016 um 21:57 schrieb Roland Hieber:
> Yes, that is what I tagged in the past and it's also my favourite
> because it's suited best for routing purposes as well as collision
> detection (in conjunction with track gauge). Especially because for
> roads we also tag the centerline, so there is the principle of least
> surprise, and algorithms can be reused for railways.
> 
> I currently cannot think of any opposing arguments, maybe because I'm
> used to thinking of infrastructure in a topological way.

At a simple crossing of two roads (no traffic islands, no turn lanes)
you do not map the lines which are described by a car turning to the
right/left. You just map the two roads and their intersection.

I agree that collision detection is a purpose which has to be kept in
mind but I hope that the requirements of collision detection can be
fulfilled by adding the radius of the diverging track (assuming that the
curve is no clothoid). Except some exotic points, there are only a few
different point radii in use in Germany.

Best regards

Michael


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