Example folded light curves with significant eclipse and ellipsoidal components, with the model with the highest BIC indicated in each panel. The models include two (one) Gaussians for the sources shown in the two top (two bottom) panels. The green, magenta and blue segments of the model show the eclipse extensions up to μi ± σi, μi ± 1.5σi, and μi ± 2.8σi, respectively. The red parts of the model indicate out-of-eclipse region (based on an eclipse phase width of 5.6σ. If the Gaussians have σ> 0.5/5.6, the whole model is drawn in red (this is the case for some sources in other example light curves in this paper). The sources are labeled in Fig. 5 (Fig. 7).
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