Stability And Persistence Of Two-Dimensional Patterns
Abbreviated Journal Title
Nonlinear Anal.-Theory Methods Appl.
stability conditions for two-dimensional dissipative patterns; nonlinear; persistence, disruption, and decay of structures; numerical results, ; comparisons with simulations; Mathematics, Applied; Mathematics
The canonical equations for evolution of the amplitude order parameters describing the nonlinear development and persistence of two-dimensional three-mode spatial patterns generated by Turing instability in dissipative systems are considered, The stability conditions for persistent hexagonal patterns are generalized, and the conditions under which patterns are either disrupted, exhibit bounded quasiperiodic or chaotic behavior, or decay under nonlinear evolution are derived. These conditions are applied to the specific three-mode amplitude evolution equations derived for the Schnackenberg model and a delay predator-prey system in Chapter 3. Numerical results are presented for the persistence, disruption and decay of patterns in these systems, including fairly detailed comparisons with simulation results for the Schnackenberg model.
Nonlinear Analysis-Theory Methods & Applications
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"Stability And Persistence Of Two-Dimensional Patterns" (1997). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 3089.