# Source code for jupedsim.routing

```
# Copyright © 2012-2023 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
# SPDX-License-Identifier: LGPL-3.0-or-later
from typing import Any
import shapely
import jupedsim.native as py_jps
from jupedsim.geometry_utils import build_geometry
[docs]class RoutingEngine:
"""RoutingEngine to compute the shortest paths with navigation meshes."""
def __init__(
self,
geometry: str
| shapely.GeometryCollection
| shapely.Polygon
| shapely.MultiPolygon
| shapely.MultiPoint
| list[tuple[float, float]],
**kwargs: Any,
) -> None:
self._obj = py_jps.RoutingEngine(
build_geometry(geometry, *kwargs)._obj
)
[docs] def compute_waypoints(
self, frm: tuple[float, float], to: tuple[float, float]
) -> list[tuple[float, float]]:
"""Computes shortest path between specified points.
Arguments:
geometry: Data to create the geometry out of. Data may be supplied as:
* list of 2d points describing the outer boundary, holes may be added with use of `excluded_areas` kw-argument
* :class:`~shapely.GeometryCollection` consisting only out of :class:`Polygons <shapely.Polygon>`, :class:`MultiPolygons <shapely.MultiPolygon>` and :class:`MultiPoints <shapely.MultiPoint>`
* :class:`~shapely.MultiPolygon`
* :class:`~shapely.Polygon`
* :class:`~shapely.MultiPoint` forming a "simple" polygon when points are interpreted as linear ring without repetition of the start/end point.
* str with a valid Well Known Text. In this format the same WKT types as mentioned for the shapely types are supported: GEOMETRYCOLLETION, MULTIPOLYGON, POLYGON, MULTIPOINT. The same restrictions as mentioned for the shapely types apply.
frm: point from which to find the shortest path
to: point to which to find the shortest path
Keyword Arguments:
excluded_areas: describes exclusions
from the walkable area. Only use this argument if `geometry` was
provided as list[tuple[float, float]].
Returns:
List of points (path) from 'frm' to 'to' including from and to.
"""
return self._obj.compute_waypoints(frm, to)
[docs] def is_routable(self, p: tuple[float, float]) -> bool:
"""Tests if the supplied point is inside the underlying geometry.
Returns:
If the point is inside the geometry.
"""
return self._obj.is_routable(p)
[docs] def mesh(
self,
) -> list[
tuple[tuple[float, float], tuple[float, float], tuple[float, float]]
]:
"""Access the navigation mesh geometry.
The navigation mesh is store as a collection of triangles in CCW order.
Returns:
The triangles composing the navigation mesh. Each triangle is encoded as 3-tuple of points.
"""
return self._obj.mesh()
```