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A New family of methods for solving delay differential equations

02/13/2021
by   Yogita Mahatekar, et al.
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In the present paper, we introduce a new family of θ-methods for solving delay differential equations. New methods are developed using a combination of decomposition technique viz. new iterative method proposed by Daftardar Gejji and Jafari and existing implicit numerical methods. Using Butcher tableau, we observed that new methods are non Runge-Kutta methods. Further, convergence of new methods is investigated along with its stability analysis. Applications to variety of problems indicates that the proposed family of methods is more efficient than existing methods.

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