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Figure 10
Rice distribution. (a) The integral of the two-dimensional Gaussian is the sum of values on concentric circles around the origin (shown in grey). As Fc increases, the two-dimensional Gaussian becomes further offset from the origin (shown with red, yellow, green, blue and purple shading). (b) A series of five Rice functions are plotted in red, yellow, green, blue and purple for the different values of Fc indicated with the same colour shading in (a). As Fc increases, the Rice function becomes more like a one-dimensional Gaussian.

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