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Table 2

Assignation of the γ-ray light-curve shape classes according to a different set of light-curve morphological characteristics for PC and SG simulated profiles (top table) and OG/OPC simulated profiles and γ-ray LAT profiles (bottom table).

PC SG

Shape class (NE − W,Pk,Mn) Peak width condition (NE − W,Pk,Mn) Peak width condition

1- Bump (1, 1, 0) WB ≥ 0.40 & HLR ≥ 0.50 (1, 1, 0/1/2) WB ≥ 0.35 & HLR ≥ 0.50
2- Sharp (1, 1, 0) WB< 0.40 & HLR< 0.50 (1, 1, 0/1/2) WB< 0.35
3- Shoulder none / (1, 1, 0/1/2) WB ≥ 0.35 & HLR ≥ 0.42
4- Two (1, 2, 0) / none /
5- Double (1, 2, 1) / (1, 2, 2/3) /
6- Double+Single (2, 3, 1) / (1, 2, 3) /
7- Triple/Three none / none /
8- Two double (2, 4, 2) / (1, 4, 4) /
OG/OPC γ-ray LAT

Shape class (NE − W,Pk,Mn) Peak width condition (NE − W,Pk,Mn) Peak width condition

1- Bump (1, 1, 0) WB ≥ 0.20 & HLR ≥ 0.45 (1, 1, x) WB ≥ 0.25 & HLR ≥ 0.40
2- Sharp (1, 1, 0) WB< 0.10 & HLR< 0.45 (1, 1, x) WB ≥ 0.25 & HLR ≥ 0.40
3- Shoulder (1, 1, 0) WB ≥ 0.10 & HLR< 0.45 (1, 1, x) WB ≥ 0.25 & HLR< 0.40
4- Two (2, 2, 0) / (2, 2, x) /
5- Double (1, 2, 0/1/2) / (1, 2, x) /
6- Double+Single none / (2, 3, x) /
7- Triple (1, 3, 1/2) / (1/3, 3, x) /
8- Two double (1, 4, 3) / (x, 4, x) /

Notes. “None” in correspondence of a shape class for a particular model, indicates that this light-curve shape is not observed in the framework of this model. The “peak width condition” was uniquely used to discriminate between “Bump” and “Sharp” single-peak light curves. All values are given in phase units. Light-curve shape templates for the listed shape classes are shown in Table A.1.

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