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In a real separable Hilbert space, we consider nonautonomous evolution equations including time-dependent subdifferentials and their nonmonotone multivalued perturbations. In this paper, we treat the multivalued dynamical systems associated with time-dependent subdifferentials, in which the solution is not unique for a given initial state. In particular, we discuss the asymptotic behaviour of our multivalued semiflows from the viewpoint of attractors. In fact, assuming that the time-dependent subdifferential converges asymptotically to a time-independent one (in a sense) as time goes to infinity, we construct global attractors for nonautonomous multivalued dynamical systems and its limiting autonomous multivalued dynamical system. Moreover, we discuss the relationship between them.
We prove the existence and uniqueness theorems for solutions of an initial-boundary value problem to the system of equations, which describes dynamics of viscoelastic continuous medium with a variable boundary and a memory along the trajectories of particles in classes of summable functions.