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Another look at recent results concerning bifurcation in one-dimensional models of superconductivity

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 2000

S. P. HASTINGS
Affiliation:
Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, 301 Thackery Hall, Pittsburgh, PN 15260, USA

Abstract

In the preceding paper of this issue of EJAM, Bolley & Helffer [5] add to their extensive set of results on bifurcation in the one-dimensional Ginzburg–Landau model of superconductivity. One of their new results concerns the direction of bifurcation of symmetric solutions. We give another approach to this problem.

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2000 Cambridge University Press

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