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Fig. 17


Top: illustration of the converging flux model parameters, as used in combination with the results of magnetic balltracking. The X-ray brightening starts at time t2. This time is used to define the interaction distance d. The barycentre is the weighted average of the position of the tracking balls used in the algorithm. Bottom: example with case C2b of the weighted average of the tracked position. The green circle is the barycentre of the 3 balls labeled 19, 22, 94. The blue diamond is the barycentre of ball 56; the only one tracking the white patch so it is at the same position as the ball centre (red dot).

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