SpatialRelationSpecification

A list defining types of Spatial Relations. When used in conjunction with Spatial Object Pairs list can describe the relationship between any two spatial objects. Note that not all spatial relations are relevant in with all spatial object pairs. For example: point to point can only be equals or disjoint.

Enumeration: 
Value: 
Equals
Description: 
Object A = Object B; the objects are topologically equal
Value: 
Disjoint
Description: 
Object A shares no common point with Object B. They form a set of disconnected geometries.
Value: 
Intersects
Description: 
The are points where the two objects intersect, but they do not share all points. If all points of one object are within the other object use Contains.
Value: 
Contains
Description: 
One object fully contains the other object.
Value: 
Touches
Description: 
Object A touches Object B. They have at least one boundary point in common, but no interior points (note that a polygon or area is defined by but does not contain its boundary)
Package: 
Enumerations
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