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In order to get a more detailed impression of the quality of a solution,
one can show graphs of the function
in the following onedimensional subsets of
. The following choices seem most relevant:
 Along fixed vertical cuts
to get an impression of the global behaviour.
 Along fixed horizontal cuts
to get an impression of the global behaviour.
 Along dependent radial cuts
to get an impression of the boundary layer behaviour.
 Along dependent horizontal cuts
to get an impression of the interior layer behaviour.
Figure 8:
The location of the cuts in the plane.
Horizontal cuts along
,
vertical cuts at and radial cuts at
,
.

As an example, in the Figures 9, 10 11 and 12
we show results for these cuts for the case
.
Figure 9:
The solution
along vertical cuts in the plane.

Figure 10:
The solution
along radial cuts in the plane.

Figure 11:
The solution
along horizontal cuts
in the plane.

Figure 12:
The solution
along horizontal cuts
in the plane.

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