Probability distribution adopted to simulate the effect of a clumpy torus. P is the probability of an AGN seen at angle θ (in degrees) to be classified as a BLO. The various curves corresponds to t = 0.01° (solid red), 3° (dotted green), 10° (dashed blue), and 30° (dot dashed black), see text. θc is the “knee” angle where the probability drastically changes slope.
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