Nonhomogeneous Response of Reaction-Diffusion Systems to Local Perturbations
We investigated the behavior of the Brusselator, a model of a biochemical reaction. We will show that the system’s response to local perturbations depends upon the points where the perturbations have been applied. We have also discovered the universality of the approach to a stable solution along the trajectory of this system.
KeywordsInflection Point Stable Solution External Action Dissipative Structure Local Perturbation
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