Values adopted in each model for the light-curve smoothing σν and δσν, the zero threshold Th0 and maximum-minimum detection threshold Thmx − mn, and the peak widths, WH and WB for modelled γ-ray and radio light curves.
|δ σ ν||0.001||0.1||0.01||0.01||0.01|
|T h 0||0.02||0.05||0.03||0.03||0.04|
|T h mx − mn||0.001||0.15||0.03||0.03||0.01|
|W H||W(0.50(max − min))||W(min + 0.50(max − min))||W(0.50(max − min))||W(0.50(max − min))||W(0.50(max − min))|
|W B||W(0)||W(min + 0.15(max − min))||W(0)||W(0)||W(0)|
Notes. The parameters WH and WB are expressed as the width W of the peak measured at a certain fraction x of the peak maximum, W(x). The terms “min” and “max” refer to light-curve minimum and maximum, respectively. All values are given in phase units.
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