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We present the reduction of generalized Langevin equations to a coordinate-only stochastic model, which in its exact form involves a forcing term with memory and a general Gaussian noise. It will be shown that a similar fluctuation-dissipation theorem still holds at this level. We study the approximation by the typical Brownian dynamics as a first approximation. Our numerical test indicates how the intrinsic frequency of the kernel function influences the accuracy of this approximation. In the case when such an approximate is inadequate, further approximations can be derived by embedding the nonlocal model into an extended dynamics without memory. By imposing noises in the auxiliary variables, we show how the second fluctuation-dissipation theorem is still exactly satisfied.

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