Analysis of a three-component model phase diagram by Catastrophe Theory

  title={Analysis of a three-component model phase diagram by Catastrophe Theory},
  author={Jose Gaite and J. Margalef-Roig and Salvador Miret-Art'es},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology},
This work has been supported by DGICYT-Spain with Grant Nos. PB96-0887, PB96-0651-C03-01, and PB95-0071. 

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