Hopf Bifurcation in Anisotropic Systems
Oscillation patterns predicted by the Hopf bifurcation with the symmetries O(2) × O(2), D m × O(2) and D m × D n are reviewed and discussed in the context of spatially continuous and discrete systems.
KeywordsPeriodic Solution Normal Form Hopf Bifurcation Center Manifold Oscillation Pattern
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