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## Copyright (C) 2009, 2010, José Luis García Pallero, <jgpallero@gmail.com>
##
## This file is part of OctPROJ.
##
## OctPROJ is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
## under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
## the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at
## your option) any later version.
##
## This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
## WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
## MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
## General Public License for more details.
##
## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
## along with Octave; see the file COPYING. If not, see
## <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
## -*- texinfo -*-
## @deftypefn {Function File}{[@var{X},@var{Y},@var{Z}] =}op_geod2geoc(@var{lon},@var{lat},@var{h},@var{a},@var{f})
##
## This function converts geodetic coordinates into cartesian tridimensional
## geocentric coordinates using the PROJ.4 function pj_geodetic_to_geocentric().
##
## @var{lon} contains the geodetic longitude, in radians.
## @var{lat} contains the geodetic latitude, in radians.
## @var{h} contains the ellipsoidal height.
## @var{a} is a scalar containing the semi-major axis of the ellipsoid.
## @var{f} is a scalar containing the flattening of the ellipsoid.
##
## @var{lon}, @var{lat} or @var{h} can be scalars, vectors or matrices with
## equal dimensions.
## The units of @var{h} and @var{a} must be the same.
##
## @var{X} is the X geocentric coordinate, in the same units of @var{a}.
## @var{Y} is the Y geocentric coordinate, in the same units of @var{a}.
## @var{Z} the Z geocentric coordinate, in the same units of @var{a}.
##
## @seealso{op_geoc2geod}
## @end deftypefn
function [X,Y,Z] = op_geod2geoc(lon,lat,h,a,f)
try
functionName = 'op_geod2geoc';
argumentNumber = 5;
%*******************************************************************************
%NUMBER OF INPUT ARGUMENTS CHECKING
%*******************************************************************************
%number of input arguments checking
if nargin~=argumentNumber
error(['Incorrect number of input arguments (%d)\n\t ',...
'Correct number of input arguments = %d'],...
nargin,argumentNumber);
end
%*******************************************************************************
%INPUT ARGUMENTS CHECKING
%*******************************************************************************
%checking input arguments
[lon,lat,h,rowWork,colWork] = checkInputArguments(lon,lat,h,a,f);
catch
%error message
error('\n\tIn function %s:\n\t -%s ',functionName,lasterr);
end
%*******************************************************************************
%COMPUTATION
%*******************************************************************************
try
%first squared eccentricity of the ellipsoid
e2 = 2.0*f-f^2;
%calling oct function
[X,Y,Z] = _op_geod2geoc(lon,lat,h,a,e2);
%convert output vectors in matrices of adequate size
X = reshape(X,rowWork,colWork);
Y = reshape(Y,rowWork,colWork);
Z = reshape(Z,rowWork,colWork);
catch
%error message
error('\n\tIn function %s:\n\tIn function %s ',functionName,lasterr);
end
%*******************************************************************************
%AUXILIARY FUNCTION
%*******************************************************************************
function [a,b,c,rowWork,colWork] = checkInputArguments(a,b,c,d,e)
%a must be matrix type
if ismatrix(a)
%a dimensions
[rowA,colA] = size(a);
else
error('The first input argument is not numeric');
end
%b must be matrix type
if ismatrix(b)
%b dimensions
[rowB,colB] = size(b);
else
error('The second input argument is not numeric');
end
%c must be matrix type
if ismatrix(c)
%b dimensions
[rowC,colC] = size(c);
else
error('The third input argument is not numeric');
end
%d must be scalar
if ~isscalar(d)
error('The fourth input argument is not a scalar');
end
%e must be scalar
if ~isscalar(e)
error('The fifth input argument is not a scalar');
end
%checking a, b and c dimensions
if (max([rowA rowB rowC])~=min([rowA rowB rowC]))||...
(max([colA colB colC])~=min([colA colB colC]))
error('The dimensions of input arguments are not the same');
else
%working dimensions
rowWork = rowA;
colWork = colA;
%convert a, b and c in column vectors
a = reshape(a,rowWork*colWork,1);
b = reshape(b,rowWork*colWork,1);
c = reshape(c,rowWork*colWork,1);
end
%*****END OF FUNCIONS*****
%*****FUNCTION TESTS*****
%!test
%! [x,y,z]=op_geod2geoc(pi/5,pi/3,1000,6378388,1/297);
%! assert(x,2587045.81927379,1e-5)
%! assert(y,1879598.80960088,1e-5)
%! assert(z,5501461.60635409,1e-5)
%!error(op_geod2geoc)
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,2,3,4,5,6))
%!error(op_geod2geoc('string',2,3,4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,'string',3,4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,2,'string',4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,2,3,[4 4],5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,2,3,4,[5 5]))
%!error(op_geod2geoc([1 1;2 2],2,3,4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,[2 2;3 3],3,4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc(1,2,[3 3;4 4],4,5))
%!error(op_geod2geoc([1;1],[2 2 2],3,4,5))
%*****END OF TESTS*****