author={Pravabati Chingangbam and Tabish Qureshi},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics A},
We study the inflationary consequences of the rolling massive scalar field in the braneworld scenario with a warped metric. We find that in order to fit observational constraints the warp factor must be tuned to be < 10-3. We also demonstrate the inflationary attractor behavior of the massive scalar field dynamics both in the standard FRW case as well as in braneworld scenario. 
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