Approximate Forward Attractors of Non-Autonomous Dynamical Systems

【Author】

Xuewei JU;Desheng LI;Chunqiu LI;Ailing QI;Department of Mathematics, Civil Aviation University of China;Department of Mathematics, Tianjin University;

【Institution】

Department of Mathematics, Civil Aviation University of China;Department of Mathematics, Tianjin University;

【Abstract】

In this paper the forward asymptotical behavior of non-autonomous dynamical systems and their attractors are investigated. Under general conditions, the authors show that every neighborhood of pullback attractor has forward attracting property.

【Keywords】

Non-autonomous dynamical systems;;Pullback attractors;;Forward attractors;;Uniform attractors;;Approximate forward attractors

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Total: 11 articles

  • [1] José A. Langa;;Aníbal Rodríguez-Bernal;;Antonio Suárez, On the long time behavior of non-autonomous Lotka–Volterra models with diffusion via the sub-supertrajectory method, Journal of Differential Equations,
  • [2] Yejuan Wang;;Shengfan Zhou, Kernel sections and uniform attractors of multi-valued semiprocesses, Journal of Differential Equations,
  • [3] Desheng Li;;Peter E. Kloeden, On the dynamics of nonautonomous periodic general dynamical systems and differential inclusions, Journal of Differential Equations,
  • [4] Wang Yejuan;;Li Desheng;;P.E. Kloeden, On the asymptotical behavior of nonautonomous dynamical systems, Nonlinear Analysis,

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