Stratifications of Cellular Patterns: Hysteresis and Convergence
A foam is a space-filling cellular pattern, that can be decomposed into successive layers or strata. Each layer contains all cells at the same topological distance to an origin (cell, cluster of cells, or basal layer). The disorder of the underlying structure imposes a characteristic roughening of the layers. In this paper, stratifications are described as the results a deterministic "invasion" process started from different origins in the same, given foam. We compare different stratifications...[Show more]
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