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Traveling Wave Solutions of Parabolic Systems

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Traveling Wave Solutions of Parabolic Systems
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Publisher: American Mathematical Society
ISBN/ASIN: 0821811436
ISBN-13: 9780821811436
Number of pages: 448

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The theory of traveling waves described by parabolic equations and systems is a rapidly developing branch of modern mathematics. This book presents a general picture of current results about wave solutions of parabolic systems, their existence, stability, and bifurcations. The main part of the book contains original approaches developed by the authors.

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