Characterizing multistability regions in the parameter space of the Mackey–Glass delayed system

@article{Tarigo2021CharacterizingMR,
  title={Characterizing multistability regions in the parameter space of the Mackey–Glass delayed system},
  author={Juan P. Tarigo and Cecilia Stari and Cecilia Cabeza and Arturo C. Marti},
  journal={The European Physical Journal Special Topics},
  year={2021}
}
Proposed to study the dynamics of physiological systems in which the evolution depends on the state in a previous time, the Mackey-Glass model exhibits a rich variety of behaviors including periodic or chaotic solutions in vast regions of the parameter space. This model can be represented by a dynamical system with a single variable obeying a delayed differential equation. Since it is infinite dimensional requires to specify a real function in a finite interval as an initial condition. Here… 
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