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Technical Report 113


The theory of equations with delay has been considerably developed during the past 30 years. The first book dedicated to this subject has been published by A. D. Myshkis [180], in 1951, and has been subsequently translated into German (1955) and English (1966). A second Russian edition, that came out in 1972, contains a good deal of references and points out interesting features of the theory of linear equations with delayed argument, including also examples of equations with unbounded delay.


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