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Attractors of Caputo fractional differential equations with triangular vector fields

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It is shown that the attractor of an autonomous Caputo fractional differential equation of order \(\alpha \in (0,1)\) in \({\mathbb {R}}^d\) whose vector field has a certain triangular structure and satisfies a smooth condition and dissipativity condition is essentially the same as that of the ordinary differential equation with the same vector field. As an application, we establish several one-parameter bifurcations for scalar fractional differential equations including the saddle-node and the pichfork bifurcations. The proof uses a result of Cong & Tuan [2] which shows that no two solutions of such a Caputo FDE can intersect in finite time.

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The work of Thai Son Doan is funded by Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology under grant number NCVCC01.11/22-23.

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Doan, T.S., Kloeden, P.E. Attractors of Caputo fractional differential equations with triangular vector fields. Fract Calc Appl Anal 25, 720–734 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13540-022-00030-6

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