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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
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The subfigure presents that the curve of (14) for DC-SUE is not that close as (8) and (13) for SC-MUE, DC-MUE and SC-SUE, which contributes to the above mentioned gap in Fig.
In the upper subfigure, we can notice that the charging power reaches its steady state in a multi-stage way.
For example, the left subfigure in the third row presents the marginal effect (solid line) of a reallocation to education from health, together with the corresponding 90% confidence intervals (dashed lines).
left subfigure of Figure 1) is a left-justified diagram of boxes in a k X (n - k) rectangle with [[lambda].
The left subfigure of Figure 4 shows how traditional OMP represents residuals when the noise is zero-mean Gaussian.
Each subfigure illustrates the projections from each subject.
Each subfigure shows burst suppression pattern, true BSR by visual segmentation of two raters, BBS which indicates detected bursts as bar plots, and [DELTA]BSR progress for each true BSR.
The definition of each subfigure is the same as in Figure 10.
Figure 6 illustrates a schematic of the dip-coating apparatus used in experiments and an actual picture of the coated substrate used for the film thickness measurement is shown as a subfigure.
What distinguishes these two oscillatory events is that the oscillation present in data segment 3 is periodically amplitude-modulated (see subfigure c1 of Fig.
In the next subfigure (second row), both waveforms of estimated glottal flows are illustrated in the same time scale for showing the shape differences and fundamental periods [T.
In each subfigure one box depicts one pair of antennas.