ompl::base::GenericParam Class Referenceabstract

Motion planning algorithms often employ parameters to guide their exploration process. (e.g., goal biasing). Motion planners (and some of their components) use this class to declare what the parameters are, in a generic way, so that they can be set externally. More...

#include <ompl/base/GenericParam.h>

Inheritance diagram for ompl::base::GenericParam:

## Public Member Functions

GenericParam (std::string name)
The constructor of a parameter takes the name of the parameter (name)

const std::string & getName () const
Get the name of the parameter.

void setName (const std::string &name)
Set the name of the parameter.

virtual bool setValue (const std::string &value)=0
Set the value of the parameter. The value is taken in as a string, but converted to the type of that parameter.

virtual std::string getValue () const =0
Retrieve the value of the parameter, as a string.

template<typename T >
GenericParamoperator= (const T &value)
Assignment operator by type. This is just for convenience, as it just calls setValue()

void setRangeSuggestion (const std::string &rangeSuggestion)
Set a suggested range.

const std::string & getRangeSuggestion () const
Get the suggested range of values.

## Protected Attributes

std::string name_
The name of the parameter.

std::string rangeSuggestion_
Suggested range for the parameter. More...

## Detailed Description

Motion planning algorithms often employ parameters to guide their exploration process. (e.g., goal biasing). Motion planners (and some of their components) use this class to declare what the parameters are, in a generic way, so that they can be set externally.

Definition at line 65 of file GenericParam.h.

## ◆ rangeSuggestion_

 std::string ompl::base::GenericParam::rangeSuggestion_
protected

Suggested range for the parameter.

This can be used to provide a hint to, e.g., a GUI. The convention used in OMPL is to denote ranges for the following types as follows:

• bool: "0,1"
• enum: "<enum_val0>,<enum_val1>,<enum_val2>,..."
• int, double: either "first:last" or "first:stepsize:last". In the first case, the stepsize is assumed to be 1. It is important to use floating point representations for double ranges (i.e., "1." instead of "1") to make sure the type is deduced correctly.

Definition at line 131 of file GenericParam.h.

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