Scaling Methods and Approximate Equations for Homogeneous Reaction-Diffusion Systems and

Muller, J.
March 1999
Journal of Nonlinear Science;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p149
Academic Journal
Considers a reaction-diffusion equation that is homogeneous of degree one. Symmetric homogeneity; Factorization of the dynamics into trivial evolution due to symmetry and nontrivial behavior by a projection to an appropriate hypermanifold; Analysis of the bifurcation behavior of a stationary point of the projected system; Development of techniques for dimension reduction.


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