We address the issue of separating two finite sets in $\mathbb{R}^n $ by means of a suitable revolution cone $$ \Gamma (z,y,s)= \{x \in \mathbb{R}^n :\, s\,\Vert x-z\Vert - y^T(x-z)=0\}.$$ One has to select the aperture coefficient $s$, the axis $y$, and the apex $z$ in such a way as to meet certain optimal separation criteria. The homogeneous case $z=0$ has been treated in Part I of this work. We now discuss the more general case in which the apex of the cone is allowed to move in a certain region. The non-homogeneous case is structurally more involved and leads to challenging nonconvex nonsmooth optimization problems.

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90C26.

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