Volume 52, Issue 1
On the Uniqueness of Traveling Forced Curvature Fronts in a Fibered Medium

Gawtum Namah

J. Math. Study, 52 (2019), pp. 1-17.

Published online: 2019-03

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  • Abstract

We investigate traveling fronts, including pulsating ones, of a forced curvature flow in a plane fibered medium. The main topic of this note is an uniqueness issue of such traveling fronts. In addition to line-shaped profiles, we also consider traveling fronts in the form of V-shaped parabolas.

  • Keywords

Traveling wave solutions, pulsating fronts, periodic fibered medium.

  • AMS Subject Headings

35K55, 35B10

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gnamah@ens2m.fr (Gawtum Namah)

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We investigate traveling fronts, including pulsating ones, of a forced curvature flow in a plane fibered medium. The main topic of this note is an uniqueness issue of such traveling fronts. In addition to line-shaped profiles, we also consider traveling fronts in the form of V-shaped parabolas.

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We investigate traveling fronts, including pulsating ones, of a forced curvature flow in a plane fibered medium. The main topic of this note is an uniqueness issue of such traveling fronts. In addition to line-shaped profiles, we also consider traveling fronts in the form of V-shaped parabolas.

Gawtum Namah. (2019). On the Uniqueness of Traveling Forced Curvature Fronts in a Fibered Medium. Journal of Mathematical Study. 52 (1). 1-17. doi:10.4208/jms.v52n1.19.01
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