I feel that this sentence is awkward,
The nature of convergences of topological relations of plane adjacencies, allowing for the reconstruction of roof corner geometries with preserved topology, can be derived from cycles in roof topology graphs.
If I explain the meaning what I am trying to explain in a simple way: If we think a roof corner (or any corner in a cub for example), we can assume it is made by intersecting adjacent roof planes. By knowing the property topology of adjacent planes, we can undestand the nature how that corner is made and how another corner is made (as they are not the same). This convergence of adjacent planes or lets say convergence of topological relations can be derived from cycles in a topology graph. At the same time, Correct recognition of nature of convergence of topological relations allow to reconstruct roof corners in a correct way (by preserving the correct topology).
SO, I want mention these all ideas in a sentence or two. Can anyone suggest me the best way to enhance this sentence even at least by breaking this.