subfigure


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Noun1.subfigure - a figure that is a part of another figure
figure - a combination of points and lines and planes that form a visible palpable shape
flank - a subfigure consisting of a side of something
hemisphere - half of a sphere
facet - a smooth surface (as of a bone or cut gemstone)
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What distinguishes these two oscillatory events is that the oscillation present in data segment 3 is periodically amplitude-modulated (see subfigure c1 of Fig.
Figure legends are given at the top of each subfigure in the format of screw geometry-screw speed (e.
The bottom-left subfigure shows that non-implementing states experienced greater increases in individual health insurance market coverage than other states.
In all of these figures, subfigure (a) shows the normalized annual average concentration, subfigure (b) shows the normalized maximum 24-h averaged concentration, subfigure (c) shows the normalized maximum 8-h averaged concentration, and subfigure (d) shows the normalized maximum 1-h concentration.
In fact, the medians in each subfigure were quite close, with mean values corresponding to Q = 0.
By employing such decision rules of (1), (2) and (4), the subfigure (a) shows the light-grayish smoke generated by burning papers and the extracted smoke pixels.
Depending on the thickness of the film, the experimental results were evaluated for indentation depths up to 1-2 [micro]m (as indicated by the results in the subfigure in Figure 6).
Figure 3 shows three different screenshots: on Subfigure 3(a), one page of the electronic textbook is displayed.
2] coefficients and the regression equation are listed on each subfigure.
In the subfigures also the results obtained by the CAA-group [7] are given when available.
30) This decline in the capital charges is rather difficult to see in Figure 1(b), because the scale of the y-axis has been chosen so as to ensure comparability with the other subfigures.
In the remaining seven subfigures, the average value is slightly to the right of values that occurred with higher frequency, indicating that the average is skewed by high outliers and may slightly overestimate the most likely response.