Localized Solutions of a Piecewise Linear Model of the Stationary Swift–Hohenberg Equation on the Line and on the Plane
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In this paper we study a simplified model of the stationary Swift–Hohenberg equation, where the cubic nonlinearity is replaced by a piecewise linear function with similar properties. The main goal is to prove the existence of so-called localized solutions of this equation, i.e., solutions decaying to a homogeneous zero state with unbounded increase of the space variable. The following two cases of the space variable are considered: one-dimensional (on the whole line) and two-dimensional; in the latter case, radially symmetric solutions are studied. The existence of such solutions and increase of their number with change in the equation parameters are shown.
KeywordsHamiltonian System Localize Solution Unstable Manifold Symmetric Solution Piecewise Linear Function
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