On the Computational Solution of a Class of Functional Differential Equations.
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Functional differential equations arise in the construction of realistic models in many fields, ranging from electromagnetic theory and control theory to respiratory theory and neurophysiology. The analytic aspects are complex, and numerical solution is anything but routine, even with the aid of a digital computer. This memorandum extends a method for the computational treatment of differential-difference equations. 18 pp.
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