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Survey on Analysis of Time Delayed Systems via the Lambert W Function

@inproceedings{Yi2007SurveyOA,
  title={Survey on Analysis of Time Delayed Systems via the Lambert W Function},
  author={Sun Yi and Patrick W. Nelson and Ali Galip Ulsoy},
  year={2007}
}
This paper summarizes recent research on an approach for the analytical solution to systems of delay differential equations developed using the Lambert W function [26, 29], and its applications [25, 28]. Also, several outstanding research problems associated with the solution of systems of delay differential equations using the matrix Lambert W function are highlighted. The solution has the form of an infinite series of modes written in terms of the matrix Lambert W function. The essential… 

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