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  1. +0 −1 ucf_thesis/chapter_4.tex
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1 ucf_thesis/chapter_4.tex
@@ -43,7 +43,6 @@ \chapter{CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS} \label{chapter_4}
$A(z)$ compromises a homoclinic orbit, since it connects the fixed point $0$ to
itself. The importance of homoclinic orbits in the traveling wave ODE is that
they correspond to soliton pulse solutions of the original PDE \cite{IA}.
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For the Microstructure equation , the new family of solutions occur in regions
of parameter space distinct from the known solitary wave solutions and are thus
entirely new.
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10 ucf_thesis/references.bib
@@ -210,8 +210,16 @@ @ARTICLE{IK
AUTHOR = "{Iooss G, Kirchgassner K.}",
TITLE = "{Water waves for small surface tension: an approach via normal form}",
JOURNAL = {Proc Roy Soc Edinburgh A},
- VOLUME={112},
+ VOLUME={122},
YEAR={1992},
+ PAGES={267-299}
+ }
+@ARTICLE{IP,
+ AUTHOR = "{Iooss G, P\'erou\`eme M.C.}",
+ TITLE = "{Perturbed Homoclinic Solutions in Reversible 1:1 Resonance Vector Fields}",
+ JOURNAL = {Journal of Differential Equations},
+ VOLUME={102},
+ YEAR={1993},
PAGES={62-88}
}
@ARTICLE{Lombardi1,

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