Wobbling kinks in a two-component scalar field theory: Interaction between shape modes

  title={Wobbling kinks in a two-component scalar field theory: Interaction between shape modes},
  author={Alberto Alonso-Izquierdo and D. Migu'elez-Caballero and Luis Miguel Nieto and J. Queiroga-Nunes},
  journal={Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena},

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