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The interpretation of the synthesis is made in terms of age, as well as luminosity class, of the stars that compose the most statistically significant solution for each galaxy. We have defined 3 age intervals: young (106 - 108 years), intermediate (around 109 years) and old (> 10 10 years) stars; and 3 luminosity classes: dwarfs, giants and supergiants. Thus 6 different groups characterize the stellar populations of our galaxies: young main sequence, intermediate main sequence, old main sequence, young giants, intermediate giants and finally supergiants (which are naturally all young).

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