Hilbert Book Model Project/Slide F6

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Hilbert Book Model Project

The solutions of
offer one-dimensional shock fronts as part of its solutions

These solutions occur equidistant in strings

These strings feature a frequency, but they are NO waves

We focus on warp shock fronts of the form

The real scalar equals the speed at which the shock front travels

The vector is the distance from the trigger location to the shock front

Vector represents the amplitude of the front, which directs perpendicular to

The function is a real function that describes the shape

of the front in the direction of

In the string the direction of vector may rotate as a function

of the sequence number of the warp.

This gives the string a circular polarization

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