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Numerical methods for DDEs

Hi there! I'm new here. I've started a new stub Numerical methods for delay differential equations

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    edited February 2011

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    Numerical methods for delay differential equations

    Just a general comment, I think it would be nice if numerical examples would use "environmentally" relevant examples. Is there a typical example of a delay DE in an environmentally related subject?

    Comment Source:Welcome! Links to the Library can be made by using double brackets, like this (click source to view the "code") [[Numerical methods for delay differential equations]] Just a general comment, I think it would be nice if numerical examples would use "environmentally" relevant examples. Is there a typical example of a delay DE in an environmentally related subject?
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    The otherthing to do to enable links is to click "iTex" format for comments.

    Comment Source:The otherthing to do to enable links is to click "iTex" format for comments.
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    @Frederik, thanks for the tip! I'm going to use "environmentally" examples as numerical examples. I have some pictures for DAO. I will upload them as soon as possible.
    Comment Source:@Frederik, thanks for the tip! I'm going to use "environmentally" examples as numerical examples. I have some pictures for DAO. I will upload them as soon as possible.
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    I added a reference to Stochastic delay differential equation and moved a reference from the stochastic to the numerics page. "mstn", if you like to, you may state your real name or your psydonym when you commit changes to a page - right now you're listed as "anonymous coward" in the history.

    Comment Source:I added a reference to [[Stochastic delay differential equation]] and moved a reference from the stochastic to the numerics page. "mstn", if you like to, you may state your real name or your psydonym when you commit changes to a page - right now you're listed as "anonymous coward" in the history.
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    The application that JB has in mind for delayed differential equations is explained here: delayed action oscillator

    Comment Source:The application that JB has in mind for delayed differential equations is explained here: <a href="http://code.google.com/p/azimuthproject/wiki/Challenges">delayed action oscillator</a>
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