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Observation 2 The ﬂow φ induced by a ﬁnite point set P is given as follows. For all critical points x of the distance function associated with P we set φ(t, x) = x , t ∈ [0, ∞). Otherwise let d(x) be the driver of x and R be the ray originating at x and shooting in the direction v(x) = x − d(x)/ x − d(x) . Let z be the ﬁrst point on R whose driver is different from d(x). Note that such a z need not exist in Rd if x is contained in an unbounded Voronoi object. In this case let z be the point at inﬁnity in the direction of R.