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Journal Article

Chirilus-Bruckner, Martina, Doelman, Arjen, van Heijster, Peter, & Rademacher, Jens D.M. (2015) Butterfly catastrophe for fronts in a three-component reaction–diffusion system. Journal of Nonlinear Science, 25(1), pp. 87-129.

Harley, K., van Heijster, P., Marangell, R., Pettet, G.J., & Wechselberger, M. (2014) Existence of travelling wave solutions for a model of tumour invasion. SIAM Journal Applied Dynamical Systems, 13(1), pp. 366-396.
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Huang, F & Liu, Fawang (2008) The time fractional diffusion and wave equations in an n-dimensional half space with mixed boundary conditions. Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics, 1(4), pp. 67-77.
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Lin, Tian Ran (2012) An analytical and experimental study of the vibration response of a clamped ribbed plate. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 331(4), pp. 902-913.
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Lin, Tian Ran, Tan, Andy, Yan, Cheng, & Hargreaves, Douglas (2011) Vibration of L-shaped plates under a deterministic force or moment excitation : a case of statistical energy analysis application. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 330(20), pp. 4780-4797.
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van Heijster, Peter & Sandstede, Björn (2014) Bifurcations to travelling planar spots in a three-component FitzHugh-Nagumo system. Physica D : Nonlinear Phenomena, 275, pp. 19-34.
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Conference Paper

Harley, K., van Heijster, P., & Pettet, G.J. (2013) A geometric construction of travelling wave solutions to the Keller–Segel model. In Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Engineering Mathematics and Applications Conference, EMAC-2013, Brisbane, QLD, C399-C415.
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