Pattern Formation



Responsible: Jens Lang, Bodo Erdmann

Patterns occur in nature at very different scales, which explains the great scientific interest in new pattern formation phenomenon. In this application, we simply collect numerical studies recently done to test our adaptive code.

Examples:


Gray-Scott Model: Spot-Replication


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Spot-Replication: Concentration of Second Component
at t=0, 50, 100, 150, 350, 550
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Spot-Replication: FE Meshes at t=0, 50, 100, 150, 350, 550


Complex patterns in a simple system

Animal Coat Markings

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Last update: July 2007
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