Figure 17 Period-halving bifurcation from chaos to cycles of system [8] with initial value X(0) = (1, 1,1). (a) Chaos when p = 43; (b) phase portrait of 16T period solution for p = 43.7; (c) phase portrait of 8T period solution for p = 43.75; (d) phase portrait of 4T period solution for p = 44; (e) phase portrait of 2T period solution for p = 45; (f) phase portrait of.

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Figure 17 Period-halving bifurcation from chaos to cycles of system [8] with initial value X(0) = (1, 1,1). (a) Chaos when p = 43; (b) phase portrait of 16T period solution for p = 43.7; (c) phase portrait of 8T period solution for p = 43.75; (d) phase portrait of 4T period solution for p = 44; (e) phase portrait of 2T period solution for p = 45; (f) phase portrait of.

z z y x eventually becomes chaotic. These are two archetypal sequences of bifurcations, or 'routes to chaos'.

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Here, we consider the following spatiotemporal reaction-diffusion model:

— = a - (b + 1)« + u2 v + Du V2 u = f (u, v) + Du V2 u

— = bu - u2 v + Du V2 v = g (u, v) + Dv V2 v where a, b are scaled kinetic parameters. The steady state of the model [9] is (u*, v*) = (a, b/a).

The characteristic equation of system [9] is \A - k2D - A/| = 0

where and A is given by

qug qvg

0 Dv

fu fv gu gv

Equation [10] can be solved, yielding the so-called characteristic polynomial of the original problem (eqn [9]):

where tr* = fN + gP - k2{Du + Dv) = tr0 - k2 (Du + Dv)

Ak = fugv - fvgu - k2 f„Dv + gvDu) + k^DuDv = A0 - k2 fuDv + gvDu) + k4DuDv

The roots of eqn [10] yield the dispersion relation Mk)= 1(ttk tr2 - 4Ak j The Hopf bifurcation occurs when

Then we can get the critical value of Hopf bifurcation parameter k bH = 1 + a2 [18]

The Turing bifurcation occurs when

We can obtain the critical value of bifurcation parameter b:

With fixed a = 3, Dv = 10, Figure 18 shows the stability diagram of the spatial uniform steady state of the autonomous system in the (Du, b) plane. The Hopf bifurcation line is horizontal at b= 10.0. It crosses the Turing bifurcation line at Du = 5.19. Both bifurcations are supercritical.

We study the behavior of the system in the oscillatory and oscillatory Turing (AT > 0, Re AH > 0) domains at constant supercriticality, k = 10.2. Figure 19 shows the dispersion curves at the designated points in Figure 18.

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Figure 18 Bifurcation diagram of spatio-temporal model [9].

The Hopf bifurcation line and the Turing bifurcation line intersect at a co-dimension-2 bifurcation point, the Turing-Hopf bifurcation point (in the numerical case, the Turing-Hopf bifurcation point is (5.19, 10.0)). The bifurcation lines separate the parametric space into four distinct domains. In domain IV, located below the two bifurcation lines, the steady state is the only stable solution of the system. Domain II is a region of pure Hopf instabilities, and domain III is pure Turing instabilities. In domain I, which is located above the two bifurcation lines, both Hopf and Turing instabilities occur.

It is well known that at the Hopf threshold, the temporal symmetry of the system is broken and gives rise to uniform oscillations in space and periodic oscillations in time, while at the Turing threshold, the spatial symmetry of the system is broken and stationary in time and oscillatory in space.

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