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Extractions: 1 Abstract This is the second of a two-part paper. As the first part focused on the issues of data structure and fast difference operation, this part studies the non-convergence of the Alternating Sum of Volumes (ASV) process. An ASV is a series of convex components joined by alternating union and difference operations. It is desirable that an ASV series be finite. However, such is not always the case - that the ASV algorithm can be non-convergent. In this paper, the causes of this non-convergence are investigated and the conditions responsible for it is found and proven. Linear time algorithms are then developed for the detection. 4 leads to an O(nlogn) algorithm for detecting the non-convergence of a deficiency, where n is the number of vertices in the deficiency. In Section 3, a sufficient condition for the non-convergence of an ASV series is given, which requires only linear time to detect. 16 With Theorem 1 and Lemma 3, the following is in order. Theorem 2. Whether a pseudo polyhedron 4i is strongly non-convergent or not can be detected in O(nlogn) time, where n is the number of the faces of (i. It is worth noting that in the ASV process, the algorithm MWCSSEPARATION not only detectes the strong non-convergence of a deficiency ~i, but also constructs the MWCS's of the deficiency 1-l. The pseudo polyhedron representation of the MWCS's can then be used for the subsequent convex hull and difference operations, along the corresponding branches after 2i+l.
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