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Anna L. Lin, Aric Hagberg, Ehud Meron and Harry L. Swinney, "Resonance tongues and patterns in periodically forced reaction-diffusion systems", Phys. Rev. E, vol. 69, pp. 066217, 2004

Abstract

Various resonant and near-resonant patterns form in a light-sensitive Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction in response to a spatially-homogeneous time-periodic perturbation with light. The regions (tongues) in the forcing frequency and forcing amplitude parameter plane where resonant patterns form are identified through analysis of the temporal response of the patterns. Resonant and near-resonant responses are distinguished. The unforced BZ reaction shows both spatially-uniform oscillations and rotating spiral waves, while the forced system shows patterns such as standing-wave labyrinths and rotating spiral waves. The patterns depend on the amplitude and frequency of the perturbation, and also on whether the system responds to the forcing near the uniform oscillation frequency or the spiral wave frequency. Numerical simulations of a forced FitzHugh-Nagumo reaction-diffusion model show both resonant and near-resonant patterns similar to the BZ chemical system.

BibTeX Entry

@article{lin-2004-resonance,
author = {Anna L. Lin and Aric Hagberg and Ehud Meron and Harry L. Swinney},
title = {Resonance tongues and patterns in periodically forced reaction-diffusion systems},
year = {2004},
urlpdf = {http://math.lanl.gov/~hagberg/Papers/multiphase.pdf},
journal = {Phys. Rev. E},
volume = {69},
pages = {066217}
}