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Physical Review E
Homoclinic snaking is a term used to describe the back and forth oscillation of a branch of time-independent spatially localized states in a bistable, spatially reversible system as the localized structure grows in length by repeatedly adding rolls on either side. On the real line this process continues forever. In finite domains snaking terminates once the domain is filled but the details of how this occurs depend critically on the choice of boundary conditions. With periodic boundarydoi:10.1103/physreve.80.026210 pmid:19792234 fatcat:tr2gu6cgbbhk7i7kgfum26kgja