Rodlike localized structure in isotropic pattern-forming systems
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Stationary two-dimensional localized structures have been observed in a wide variety of dissipative systems. The existence, stability properties, dynamical evolution, and bifurcation diagram of an azimuthal symmetry breaking, rodlike localized structure in the isotropic prototype model of pattern formation, the Swift-Hohenberg model, is studied. These rodlike structures persist under the presence of nongradient perturbations. Interaction properties of the rodlike structures are studied. This allows us to envisage the possibility of different crystal-like configurations.
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DOI: DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.92.042915
Quote ItemPhysical Review E 92, 042915 (2015)
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