Same as Fig. 15, but for all two-Gaussian models irrespective of the number of Gaussians, and zoomed in Region C of the versus diagram. Sources in the lower-right area delimited by the green dashed line have been visually classified into one of the following types of eclipsing binary: systems showing a total eclipse (blue filled squares), systems with semi-detached morphology (gray filled diamonds), systems with a reflection-like effect (black filled diamonds), systems with eccentric tidal distortions (red filled triangles), systems with other special effects (magenta open circles), systems for which the two-Gaussian model procedure failed to identify at least one eclipse in the folded light curve (gray crosses) or of which the orbital period is wrong (gray plus sign). Sources labeled in the figure have their folded light curves shown in Figs. 20 and 21.
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