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A.D. Bazykin,
*Nonlinear Dynamics of Interacting Populations*,
edited by A.I. Khibnik and B. Krauskopf,
World Scientific Series on Nonlinear Science **A 11**,
World Scientific (1998)

B. Krauskopf and D. Lenstra (Eds.),
*Fundamental Issues of Nonlinear Laser Dynamics*,
AIP Conference Proceedings **548** (2000)

H.W. Broer, B. Krauskopf and G. Vegter (Eds.),
*Global Analysis of Dynamical Systems:
Festschrift dedicated to Floris Takens
for his 60th birthday*,
Institute of Physics Publishing (2001)

S.J. Hogan, A.R. Champneys, B. Krauskopf, M. di Bernardo, R.E. Wilson,
H.M. Osinga and M.E. Homer (Eds.),
*Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos: Where do we go from here?*,
Institute of Physics Publishing (2002)

F. Dumortier, H.W. Broer, J. Mawhin, A. Vanderbauwhede and S. Verduyn Lunel (Eds.),
*Proceedings of Equadiff 2003*, World Scientific Publishing (2005)

E.J. Doedel, G. Domokos and I.G. Kevrekidis (Eds.),
*Modeling and Computation in Dynamical Systems*, World Scientific Publishing (2006)

*Experimental Mathematics* **6**(2) (1997)

The cover illustration is from the paper

B. Krauskopf and H. Kriete,
``Hausdorff convergence and the limit shape of the unicorns,'' pp 117-135.

* Quantum and Semiclassical Optics* **9**(5) (1997)

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B. Krauskopf, W.A. van der Graaf, and D. Lenstra,
``Bifurcations of relaxation oscillations in an optically
injected diode laser,'' pp 797-809.

*International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos* **8**(3) (1998)

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B. Krauskopf and H.M. Osinga,
``Globalizing two-dimensional unstable manifolds of maps,'' pp 483-503.

*Nederlands tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde* **66**(6) (2000)

The cover illustration goes with the paper

B. Krauskopf, ``Chaos in halfgeleiderlasers,''
188-192.

* Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics* **2**(4) (2000)

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C. Degen, B. Krauskopf, G. Jennemann, I. Fischer, and W. Elsässer,
``Polarization selective symmetry breaking in the nearfields of vertical
cavity surface emitting lasers,'' pp 517-525.

*Nonlinearity* **17** (2004)

The cover illustration appears on all issues of Volume **17** and
it is accompanied by the paper

B. Krauskopf and H.M. Osinga, ``The Lorenz manifold as a collection of
geodesic level sets,'' issue 1, pp C1-C6.

* The Mathematical Intelligencer* **26**(4) (2004)

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H.M. Osinga and B. Krauskopf, ``Crocheting the Lorenz manifold,'' pp 25-37.

* International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos* **15**(3) (2005)

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B. Krauskopf , H.M. Osinga, E.J. Doedel, M.E. Henderson,
J. Guckenheimer, A. Vladimirsky, M. Dellnitz and O. Junge, ``A survey
of methods for computing (un)stable manifolds of vector fields,''
pp 763-791.

* International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos* **17**(8) (2007)

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J. Sieber and B. Krauskopf, ``Control-based continuation of periodic
orbits with a time-delayed difference scheme,'' pp 2579-2593.

*Chaos* **18**(1) (2008)

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M. Desroches,
B. Krauskopf and H.M. Osinga, ``Mixed-mode oscillations and slow
manifolds in the self-coupled FitzHugh Nagumo system,'' pp 015107

*SIAM Review* **54**(2) (2012)

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Mathieu Desroches, John Guckenheimer, Christian Kuehn, Bernd
Krauskopf, Hinke M. Osinga, and Martin Wechselberger,
``Mixed-mode oscillations with multiple time scales,'' pp. 211-288

*Proceedings of the Royal Society A* **373** (2015)

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S. Sharma, E. Coetzee, M.L Lowenberg, S.A. Neild and B. Krauskopf,
``Numerical continuation and bifurcation analysis in aircraft design:
an industrial perspective,'' 20140406

*The European Physical Journal - Special Topics* **231**(3) (2022)

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A. Giraldo, S.J. Masson, N.G.R. Broderick and B. Krauskopf,
``Semiclassical bifurcations and quantum trajectories: a case study of
the open Bose-Hubbard dimer,'' pp. 385-401

*extra, The Universtity of Exeter Newsletter*, Trinity Term 2000

The cover illustration goes with the article ``Maths looks good'', p 5.

* EPSRC Newsline Mathematics* July 2001

The cover illustration goes with the article ``An Underground Movement'' as part of the larger piece ``Creative Instincts'', pp 12-13.