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DCDS

We first prove the existence and uniqueness of pullback and random
attractors for abstract multi-valued non-autonomous and random
dynamical systems. The standard assumption of compactness of these
systems can be replaced by the assumption of asymptotic
compactness. Then, we apply the abstract theory to handle a random
reaction-diffusion equation with memory or delay terms which can
be considered on the complete past defined by $\mathbb{R}^{-}$. In
particular, we do not assume the uniqueness of solutions of these
equations.

DCDS

We consider the exponential stability of semilinear stochastic
evolution equations with delays when zero is not a solution for
these equations. We prove the existence of a non-trivial
stationary solution exponentially stable, for which we use a
general random fixed point theorem for general cocycles. We also
construct stationary solutions with the stronger property of
attracting bounded sets uniformly, by means of the theory of
random dynamical systems and their conjugation properties.

CPAA

In this paper we study two stochastic chemostat models, with and without wall growth, driven by a white noise. Specifically, we analyze the existence and uniqueness of solutions for these models, as well as the existence of the random attractor associated to the random dynamical system generated by the solution. The analysis will be carried out by means of the well-known Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process, that allows us to transform our stochastic chemostat models into random ones.

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