Additive noise destroys the random attractor close to bifurcation

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BIANCHI, Luigi Amedeo, Dirk BLÖMKER, Meihua YANG, 2016. Additive noise destroys the random attractor close to bifurcation. In: Nonlinearity. 29(12), pp. 3934-3960. ISSN 0951-7715. eISSN 1361-6544. Available under: doi: 10.1088/0951-7715/29/12/3934

@article{Bianchi2016-12-01Addit-44905, title={Additive noise destroys the random attractor close to bifurcation}, year={2016}, doi={10.1088/0951-7715/29/12/3934}, number={12}, volume={29}, issn={0951-7715}, journal={Nonlinearity}, pages={3934--3960}, author={Bianchi, Luigi Amedeo and Blömker, Dirk and Yang, Meihua} }

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