ompl::control::ProductGraph::State Class Reference

A State of a ProductGraph represents a vertex in the graph-based Cartesian product represented by the ProductGraph. A State is simply a tuple consisting of a PropositionalDecomposition region, a co-safe Automaton state, and a safe Automaton state. More...

#include <ompl/control/planners/ltl/ProductGraph.h>

## Public Member Functions

State ()=default
Creates a State without any assigned PropositionalDecomposition region or Automaton states. All of these values are initialized to -1.

State (const State &s)=default
Basic copy constructor for State.

bool operator== (const State &s) const
Returns whether this State is equivalent to a given State, by comparing their PropositionalDecomposition regions and Automaton states.

bool isValid () const
Returns whether this State is valid. A State is valid if and only if none of its Automaton states are dead states (a dead state has value -1).

int getDecompRegion () const
Returns this State's PropositionalDecomposition region component.

int getCosafeState () const
Returns this State's co-safe Automaton state component.

int getSafeState () const
Returns this State's safe Automaton state component.

## Friends

class ProductGraph

struct HashState

std::ostream & operator<< (std::ostream &out, const State &s)
Helper function to print this State to a given output stream.

## Detailed Description

A State of a ProductGraph represents a vertex in the graph-based Cartesian product represented by the ProductGraph. A State is simply a tuple consisting of a PropositionalDecomposition region, a co-safe Automaton state, and a safe Automaton state.

Definition at line 144 of file ProductGraph.h.

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