Figure 2: (a) DFA of the original series. For each order$n$ DFA there exists two crossovers ${s}_{1x}^{(n)}$ and ${s}_{2x}^{(n)}$ (We use${s}_{x}^{(n)}$ for them) which divide the curves into 3 different scaling segments whose scaling exponents are: ${\alpha}_{0}^{(n)}\text{,}$${\alpha}_{1}^{(n)}$ and ${\alpha}_{2}^{(n)}$ respectively (We use ${\alpha}^{(n)}$ for them). (b) The DFA of a sinusoidal series given by the function $10*\hspace{0.17em}\mathrm{sin}(20\pi i/N)$, where $N$ is the length of the original series 
