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Synergetics pp 94-106 | Cite as

Scaling Theory of Instability, Nonlinear Fluctuation and Formation of Macroscopic Structure

  • M. Suzuki
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Series in Synergetics book series (SSSYN, volume 3)

Abstract

The general scheme of the scaling theory of transient phenomena near the instability point is reviewed. The essence of this theory is to evaluate asymptotically nonlinear fluctuations and to study onset of macroscopic structure or order for large system size Ω and for large time. The so-called scaling regime is the most interesting second intermediate time region, in which there occurs fluctuation enhancement and its enhanced fluctuation changes into macroscopic order or structure in unstable systems. Applications of this scaling theory to transient laser radiation and chemical reaction (for the Brusselator) are presented.

Keywords

Transient Phenomenon Instability Point Initial Regime Macroscopic Structure Scaling Theory 
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