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Handling of subgeometries
Calculating distances is quite a costly process. Because of that it is often worth the effort to sort the geometries depending on how the bounding boxes are related to each other. This example is a little extreme in the amount of subgeometries and vertexes but then the gain will really show. The example is a distance-calculation between Texas and Alaska.