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|C1||Skyrmions and rational maps|
|T Ioannidou, B Piette, P Sutcliffe and W Zakrzewski|
|1||Perturbations of the isochrone model|
|35||Fronts and pulses in a class of reaction--diffusion equations: a geometric singular perturbation approach|
|73||On the box dimension of an invariant set|
|81||The Hausdorff dimension of recurrent sets in symbolic spaces|
|D-J Feng and J Wu|
|87||Codimension-one persistence beyond all orders of homoclinic orbits to singular saddle centres in reversible systems|
|A R Champneys|
|113||Cantor bouquet of holomorphic stable manifolds for a periodic indeterminate point|
|121||On the number and indices of equilibria in a space-dependent bistable parabolic equation|
|D Salazar and J Sol\`a-Morales|
|133||Invariant measures for stochastic partial differential equations in unbounded domains|
|J-P Eckmann and M Hairer|
|153||On the existence of finger solutions of the Hele-Shaw equation|
|167||Quantum suppression of the Rayleigh instability in nanowires|
|F Kassubek, C A Stafford, H Grabert and R E Goldstein|
|179||On fluctuations and the exponential statistics of return times|
|193||Pole loci of solutions of a degenerate Garnier system|
|205||Stability of piecewise rotations and affine maps|
|221||Well-posedness issues for models of phase transitions with weak interaction|
|P C Fife|
|239||Milnor attractors and topological attractors of a piecewise linear map|
|259||Variational properties of multifractal spectra|
|275||Euclidean extensions of dynamical systems|
|M Nicol, I Melbourne and P Ashwin|
|301||Mappings of grazing-impact oscillators|
|J Molenaar, J G de Weger and W van de Water|
|323||Unfolding of chaotic unimodal maps and the parameter dependence of natural measures|
|339||Fractal dimensions of the hydrodynamic modes of diffusion|
|T Gilbert, J R Dorfman and P Gaspard|
|359||Mixing attractors for 3-flows|
|C A Morales and M J Pacifico|
|379||Inclination-flip homoclinic orbits arising from orbit-flip|
|C A Morales and M J Pacifico|
|395||Large deviation for weak Gibbs measures and multifractal spectra|
The proceedings of the first Dynamics Days Asia-Pacific (DDAP) have been published in Physica A, Volume 288, Nos. 1-4 (15 December, 2000).