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Title Dynamics And Bifurcation Of Patterns In Dissipative Systems.
Imprint Singapore : World Scientific, 2004.

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Description 1 online resource (405 pages)
Series World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series B, Special theme issues and proceedings ; v. 12
World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series B, Special theme issues and proceedings ; v. 12.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Pattern formation (Physical sciences)
Contents PREFACE; CONTENTS; CHAPTER 1 SYMMETRY AND PATTERN FORMATION ON THE VISUAL CORTEX; CHAPTER 2 MATRIX FREE APPROACH IN THE NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF BIFURCATIONS AND INSTABILITIES; CHAPTER 3 VALIDITY OF THE GINZBURG-LANDAU APPROXIMATION IN PATTERN FORMING SYSTEMS WITH TIME PERIODIC FORCING; CHAPTER 4 STABILITY AND BIFURCATION FROM RELATIVE EQUILIBRIA AND RELATIVE PERIODIC ORBITS; CHAPTER 5 ROTATING MAGNETOCONVECTION WITH MAGNETOSTROPHIC BALANCE; CHAPTER 6 PATTERN FORMATION ON A SPHERE; CHAPTER 7 CONVERGENCE PROPERTIES OF FOURIER MODE REPRESENTATIONS OF QUASIPATTERNS.
Summary Understanding the spontaneous formation and dynamics of spatiotemporal patterns in dissipative nonequilibrium systems is one of the major challenges in nonlinear science. This collection of expository papers and advanced research articles, written by leading experts, provides an overview of the state of the art. The topics include new approaches to the mathematical characterization of spatiotemporal complexity, with special emphasis on the role of symmetry, as well as analysis and experiments of patterns in a remarkable variety of applied fields such as magnetoconvection, liquid crystals, gran.
Other Author Oprea, Iuliana.
Other Title 9789812389466