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The variability in the observable light curve of a CV can be attributed to (i) orbital and long-term variations; (ii) flickering, (iii) photon noise, (iv) scintillation (negligible) and (v) any residual noise. Calculating the rms-scatter of the count rates in a light curve as a function of orbital phase,ϕ, through accretion disk eclipse of high inclination CVs – after subtraction of a smoothed light curve to remove orbital and long-term variations, and applying a correction for photon noise –doi:10.1017/s0252921100038148 fatcat:jlryo4l6f5ffpgczuxthcjo4ga