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Fig. A.2.


Evolution of Lagrangian radii in presented models with eigenevolution. The Lagrangian radii are defined as the radii of concentric spheres containing fixed mass fractions (printed to the right of each curve), where the core is identified as the cluster’s density centre (cf. Casertano & Hut 1985; Aarseth 2003). The mean value ⟨τv⟩ of each model is plotted by a dashed vertical line for reference.

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