Understanding Critical Behaviour through Visualization: A Walk around the Pitchfork
The visualization of computed three-dimensional bifurcation surfaces of critical points, or limit-point shells was done for bifurcation problems that contained a pitchfork as an organizing centre. Comparison of notionally equivalent problems depicted the
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