We consider stiffly accurate collocation methods based on Radau nodes for the integration of initial value problems for implicitdelay differential equations of the formegin{eqnarray}egin{array}{rcl}M, y'(t) &! = !& fBigl( t,y(t),yigl( alpha_1(t,y(t))igr),ldots ,yigl( alpha_p (t,y(t))igr)Bigr),end{array}end{eqnarray}where $M$ is a constant matrix and $alpha_i (t,y(t))$($i=1,ldots,p$) denote the deviating arguments, which are assumedto satisfy the inequalities $alpha_i (t,y(t)) le t$ for all $i$.%In a recent paper cite{GuHa3} we have described how collocation methods based on Radau nodes can be applied to solve problems of this type.The aim of this paper is that of explaining the difficulties arising when solving the Runge–Kutta equations usingstepsizes larger than delays and to design techniques able to efficiently overcome them.

On the Newton iteration in the application of collocation methods to implicit delay equations.

GUGLIELMI, NICOLA
2005

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We consider stiffly accurate collocation methods based on Radau nodes for the integration of initial value problems for implicitdelay differential equations of the formegin{eqnarray}egin{array}{rcl}M, y'(t) &! = !& fBigl( t,y(t),yigl( alpha_1(t,y(t))igr),ldots ,yigl( alpha_p (t,y(t))igr)Bigr),end{array}end{eqnarray}where $M$ is a constant matrix and $alpha_i (t,y(t))$($i=1,ldots,p$) denote the deviating arguments, which are assumedto satisfy the inequalities $alpha_i (t,y(t)) le t$ for all $i$.%In a recent paper cite{GuHa3} we have described how collocation methods based on Radau nodes can be applied to solve problems of this type.The aim of this paper is that of explaining the difficulties arising when solving the Runge–Kutta equations usingstepsizes larger than delays and to design techniques able to efficiently overcome them.
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