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Physical Review E
The semiconductor resonator is an example of an optical system where two modulational instabilities with different wave numbers coexist. In the limit of nascent bistability, the dynamics is generically described by a nonvariational real order parameter equation, of which we give a detailed derivation. This considerably simplifies the linear and weakly nonlinear stability analyses. When the two instabilities are close together, we derive normal form equations and put special emphasis ondoi:10.1103/physreve.69.066202 pmid:15244703 fatcat:exc525bj5reyjjmmki44ixz4bu