## Swift-Hohenberg Equation - Strong Nonlinearity

This demonstrations illustrates how that different patterns result from different initial conditions (here random) at strong nonlinearity. Reduce *eps* and see if the final pattern is the same from run to run.

The equation

is solved in a square of side 64. The initial condition is random with the value at each point of the mesh chosen from a uniform distribution between +/-0.005. The discrete mesh for the numerical evolution is 64x64 and the results are interpolated onto a mesh 256x256 for plotting.
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