Solvability of a Class of Delay Differential Equations Using a Modified Power Series Method
AbstractIn this talk we present a Modified Power Series Method for the solvability of a class of delay differential
equations arising in biology and engineering. Unlike the traditional power series method which is applied to solve only linear differential
equations, this new approach is applicable to both linear and nonlinear problems. The
method produces a system of algebraic equations which is solved to determine the coefficients in
the trial solution. The method provides the solution in form of a rapid convergent series. The obtained
results for numerical examples demonstrate the reliability and efficiency of the method.
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