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This PDF describes the visual intuition for K-Convex polygons with the following:

Clearly, a polygon P is k-convex if every line segment with endpoints in P crosses at most 2(k − 1) edges of P.

I'm going to make a guess and say that this holds for a general continuous object in n-dimensions if the following holds where the edges just translate into n-dimensional surface itself.

Hopefully the PDF might help you out.

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