Takes a standard geometric construction and places it in geographic space. This interface defines
a transformation from a constructive parameter space to the coordinate space of the coordinate
reference system being used. Parameter spaces in formulae are given as (u,
v) in 2D and (u, v, w) in 3D. Coordinate reference
systems positions are given in formulae by either (x, y) in 2D, or
(x, y, z) in 3D.
Return the dimension of the output coordinate reference system. Normally, outDimension (the dimension of the coordinate reference system) is larger than inDimension. If this is not the case, the transformation is probably singular, and may be
replaceable by a simpler one from a smaller dimension parameter space.