Secondary Hopf Bifurcation Caused by Steady-State Steady-State Mode Interaction.
- In two-parameter systems with symmetry two steady state bifurcation points of different symmetry types coalesce generically within one point. Under certain group theoretic conditions involving the action of the symmetry group on the kernels, we show that secondary Hopf bifurcation is borne by the mode interaction. We explain this phenomenon by using linear representation theory. For motivation an example with $D_3$-symmetry is investigated where the main properties causing the Hopf bifurcation are summarized.
|Author:||Karin Gatermann, Bodo Werner|
|Date of first Publication:||1993/06/23|
|Series (Serial Number):||ZIB-Report (SC-93-16)|
|Published in:||Appeared in: J. Chaddam, M. Golubitsky, W. Langford, B. Wetton (Eds.) Pattern Formations: Symmetry Methods and Applications. 1994|