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ModelDDEWhat is a Delay Differential Equation (DDE)? A DDE is a differential equation in which the derivative of the function in one instant of time depends on the value of the function in previous instants. But read this for more information and to learn which DDEs can be solved by EJS. What are the differences between a DDE and an Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE)? Besides its definition, there are important differences in the way you specify initial conditions. Read here to learn how a DDE compares to an ODE. How to use of the ODE editor for a DDE
And that's it! See a complete example. More sophisticated examples of DDEs implemented in EJS
Use of the solver memory also for an ODE For situations where you want to be able to use the past values of the states also for an ODE, EJS now implements a new operation advanced parameter called Memory length. Enter the length of the interval back in time that you want EJS to remember, and it will automatically define the corresponding function for each state variable in the ODE. See an example?. |