Could be. Fact remains, they do provide examples of mixed dimensional inputs to the predicates, and they are the most confusing examples imaginable, since what does it mean for polygons (or points) to "cross"? Or for points to "overlap" vs "intersect".
If you're looking for precisely defined semantics of interaction, go with the Relate() functions and DE9IM patterns, I'd recommend.
On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 6:15 AM, Ivan Santiago <[hidden email]> wrote:
"The Overlaps relationship is defined for A/A, L/L and P/P situations. (p.38)
... so they must have the same dimension ...
... but in figure 12a, page 39 ...
it shows an 'overlap' example using geometries of different dimensions (L/A)
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