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Then, a path Pu is found, with its endvertices in V1 ∪ {vi , vj } and with a vertex ux adjacent to a vertex vx in V2 . Pu and (ux , vx ) split C into smaller linearlyordered outerclustered graphs C1 , C2 , and C3 ; further, suitable drawings of Pu and (ux , vx ) split Γ (Co ) into convex-separated drawings of the outer faces of C1 , C2 , and C3 . Since Γ (Co ) is a convex-separated drawing, one of the two cases applies, otherwise the polygon representing o(G) would not be convex. 4 Drawing Outerclustered Graphs In this section we generalize from linearly-ordered outerclustered graphs to general outerclustered graphs.

UU ) and Pv = (v1 , v2 , . . , vV ) such that: (a) uU = u, vV = v, and u1 = v1 = z; (b) the vertices of Pu \ {u1 } and Pv \ {v1 } are distinct; (c) each of paths Pu \ {u1 } and Pv \ {v1 } has no chords; (d) σ(ui ) does not contain neither v nor z, for each 2 ≤ i ≤ U ; σ(vi ) does not contain neither u nor z, for each 2 ≤ i ≤ V ; (e) σ(ui+1 ) is a descendant of σ(ui ), for each 2 ≤ i ≤ U − 1; σ(vi+1 ) is a descendant of σ(vi ), for each 2 ≤ i ≤ V − 1; (f ) G contains an internal face having incident vertices u2 , v2 , and z.

A straight-line rectangular drawing Γ (C) of C is a triangular-convex-separated drawing if, for every pair of clusters μ and ν such that μ is the parent of ν in T and such that μ is not an ancestor of σ(u, v, z), there exists a convex region R(μ, ν) such that: (i) R(μ, ν) is entirely contained inside μ ∩ (P ∪ int(P )), where P is the triangle representing G in Γ (C); (ii) for any cluster μ = μ and any child ν of μ , R(μ, ν) intersects neither R(μ , ν ) nor the boundary of μ ; (iii) R(μ, ν) ∩ P consists of two polygonal lines l1 (μ, ν) and l2 (μ, ν) such that at least one endpoint of l1 (μ, ν) (resp.