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Eigen::EulerSystem< _AlphaAxis, _BetaAxis, _GammaAxis > Class Template Reference

Detailed Description

template<int _AlphaAxis, int _BetaAxis, int _GammaAxis>
class Eigen::EulerSystem< _AlphaAxis, _BetaAxis, _GammaAxis >

Represents a fixed Euler rotation system.

This meta-class goal is to represent the Euler system in compilation time, for EulerAngles.

You can use this class to get two things:

  • Build an Euler system, and then pass it as a template parameter to EulerAngles.
  • Query some compile time data about an Euler system. (e.g. Whether it's Tait-Bryan)

Euler rotation is a set of three rotation on fixed axes. (see EulerAngles) This meta-class store constantly those signed axes. (see EulerAxis)

Types of Euler systems

All and only valid 3 dimension Euler rotation over standard signed axes{+X,+Y,+Z,-X,-Y,-Z} are supported:

  • all axes X, Y, Z in each valid order (see below what order is valid)
  • rotation over the axis is supported both over the positive and negative directions.
  • both Tait-Bryan and proper/classic Euler angles (i.e. the opposite).

Since EulerSystem support both positive and negative directions, you may call this rotation distinction in other names:

  • right handed or left handed
  • counterclockwise or clockwise

Notice all axed combination are valid, and would trigger a static assertion. Same unsigned axes can't be neighbors, e.g. {X,X,Y} is invalid. This yield two and only two classes:

  • Tait-Bryan - all unsigned axes are distinct, e.g. {X,Y,Z}
  • proper/classic Euler angles - The first and the third unsigned axes is equal, and the second is different, e.g. {X,Y,X}

Intrinsic vs extrinsic Euler systems

Only intrinsic Euler systems are supported for simplicity. If you want to use extrinsic Euler systems, just use the equal intrinsic opposite order for axes and angles. I.e axes (A,B,C) becomes (C,B,A), and angles (a,b,c) becomes (c,b,a).

Convenient user typedefs

Convenient typedefs for EulerSystem exist (only for positive axes Euler systems), in a form of EulerSystem{A}{B}{C}, e.g. EulerSystemXYZ.

Additional reading

More information about Euler angles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler_angles

Template Parameters
_AlphaAxisthe first fixed EulerAxis
_BetaAxisthe second fixed EulerAxis
_GammaAxisthe third fixed EulerAxis

Public Types

enum  {
  AlphaAxisAbs ,
  BetaAxisAbs ,
  GammaAxisAbs ,
  IsAlphaOpposite ,
  IsBetaOpposite ,
  IsGammaOpposite ,
  IsOdd ,
  IsEven ,

Static Public Attributes

static constexpr int AlphaAxis
static constexpr int BetaAxis
static constexpr int GammaAxis

Member Enumeration Documentation

◆ anonymous enum

template<int _AlphaAxis, int _BetaAxis, int _GammaAxis>
anonymous enum

the first rotation axis unsigned


the second rotation axis unsigned


the third rotation axis unsigned


whether alpha axis is negative


whether beta axis is negative


whether gamma axis is negative


whether the Euler system is odd


whether the Euler system is even


whether the Euler system is Tait-Bryan

Member Data Documentation

◆ AlphaAxis

template<int _AlphaAxis, int _BetaAxis, int _GammaAxis>
constexpr int Eigen::EulerSystem< _AlphaAxis, _BetaAxis, _GammaAxis >::AlphaAxis

The first rotation axis

◆ BetaAxis

template<int _AlphaAxis, int _BetaAxis, int _GammaAxis>
constexpr int Eigen::EulerSystem< _AlphaAxis, _BetaAxis, _GammaAxis >::BetaAxis

The second rotation axis

◆ GammaAxis

template<int _AlphaAxis, int _BetaAxis, int _GammaAxis>
constexpr int Eigen::EulerSystem< _AlphaAxis, _BetaAxis, _GammaAxis >::GammaAxis

The third rotation axis

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: