Impulsive hybrid discrete-continuous delay differential equations. This thesis deals with impulsive hybrid discrete-continuous delay differential equations (IHDDEs). This new class of differential equations is highly challenging for two reasons. First, because of a dependency of the right-hand-side function on past states, with time delays that depend on the current state. Second, because both the right-hand-side function and the state itself are discontinuous at implicitly defined time points. ... The practical implementation of all developed methods in the new software packages Colsol-DDE and ParamEDE is described.
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- Liu, Chongyang; Loxton, Ryan; Lin, Qun; Teo, Kok Lay: Dynamic optimization for switched time-delay systems with state-dependent switching conditions (2018)
- Lenz, Simon Manfred: Impulsive hybrid discrete-continuous delay differential equations (2014)