Here, I am describing a small reconstruction process.

I have set of boundary line segments (not connected) relevant to a certain object. I am intersecting adjacent line segments one after the other to connect them and to make a closed polygon. My question is if I say it with "closed completeness" and then if I summarize my process.

Successive intersections of adjacent lines form closed completeness of outer bounds,

Does this clearly explain what I did? Any idea please.

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“Closed completeness” does not intrinsically refer to forming a closed polygon with lines that connect things. If you want it to have such a meaning, then in an earlier paragraph so define it, in a sentence that starts with “Let the term closed completeness refer to ...” or “When we say closed completeness we mean ...”.

Note, since closed completeness is a singular countable noun, use an article with it (1), eg “... form a closed completeness of...”.

Note, while completeness can be made to work, other words (eg completion) may work better.

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