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By Yu. A. Danilov (auth.), Professor Andrei V. Gaponov-Grekhov, Professor Mikhail I. Rabinovich, Professor Jüri Engelbrecht (eds.)

Since 1972 the colleges on Nonlinear Physics in Gorky were a gathering position for Soviet scientists operating during this box. rather than generating for the 1st time English complaints it's been determined to provide a great move portion of nonlinear physics within the USSR. hence the members on the final tuition have been invited to supply English reports and study papers for those volumes (which within the future years may be via the court cases of coming near near schools). The first volume begins with a old assessment of nonlinear dynamics from Poincaré to the current day and touches themes like attractors, nonlinear oscillators and waves, turbulence, trend formation, and dynamics of buildings in nonequilibrium dissipative media. It then bargains with constructions, bistabilities, instabilities, chaos, dynamics of defects in 1d platforms, self-organizations, solitons, spatio-temporal buildings and wave cave in in optical structures, lasers, plasmas, reaction-diffusion platforms and solids.

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37 :~ :~ U[ZJ ~E:J ~~-L -L L -L L c-L Figure 7. Evolution of a solution of equation (2) L in a bounded region. 7. shows the example of evolution of one of relatively high-number modes of the system which transforms into a more smooth solution and eventually into a homogeneous stationary state. One of the interesting problems is whether the wave structure may become more complicated up to the development of the wave stochasticity. At mode description, when the problem is reduced to ordinary differential equations, this possibility is now obvious.

This impor~ tant result is widely known. However, it should be mentioned that such an evolutive transition can not exist indefinitely, since it is unstable with respect to small perturbations arising in the region in front of it. Indeed, linearizing (1) in the vicinity of the equilibrium point u 1 or u 2 and looking for the perturbation of the type u'- exp i(wt-kx), one can obtain a dispersion equation: 36 w = i(k 2 0 - F U ' ) ' where value Fu' is taken in the equilibrium point. This suggests that the region where Fu' < 0, is always stable (the perturbation dies out), but at Fu' > 0 and Ikl < ko = (Fu'/O) 1/2, the perturbation increases.

Values Y* are the eigenfunctions of the adjoint operator L * . Since (9) comprises derivatives Ast' Asx' conditions (10) are in fact the differential equations for (9) • A great number of problems both of oscillation theory and the wave theory may be solved asymptotically. e. synchronism is satisfied). The theory of resonance triplets, or of processes of stimulated scattering, etc. is constructed just in such a way. e. solitons of enevelopes) are described. However, we shall discuss solitary ("separatrix") waves once again.

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