S- Type of the embedding space.
T- Type of the embedded sub-space.
Sub-spaces are the lower dimensions subsets of a n-dimensions
space. The (n-1)-dimension sub-spaces are specific sub-spaces known
hyperplanes. This interface can be used regardless
of the dimensions differences. As an example,
Line in 3D
Vector1D>, i.e. it
maps directly dimensions 3 and 1.
In the 3D euclidean space, hyperplanes are 2D planes, and the 1D sub-spaces are lines.
Note that this interface is not intended to be implemented by Hipparchus users, it is only intended to be implemented within the library itself. New methods may be added even for minor versions, which breaks compatibility for external implementations.
point- n-dimension point of the space
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