Delay Differential Equations: Recent Advances and New Directions cohesively presents
contributions from leading experts on the theory and applications of functional and
delay differential equations (DDEs).
Students and researchers will benefit from a unique focus on theory, symbolic, and
numerical methods, which illustrate how the concepts described can be applied to practical
systems ranging from automotive engines to remote control over the Internet. Comprehensive
coverage of recent advances, analytical contributions, computational techniques, and
illustrative examples of the application of current results drawn from biology, physics,
mechanics, and control theory.
Students, engineers and researchers from various scientific fields will find Delay
Differential Equations: Recent Advances and New Directions a valuable reference.