In this paper, we consider linear ordinary differential equations originating in
electronic engineering, which exhibit exceedingly rapid
oscillation. Moreover, the oscillation model is completely different
from the familiar framework of asymptotic analysis of highly
oscillatory integrals. Using a Bessel-function identity, we expand the oscillator into
asymptotic series, and this allows us to extend Filon-type approach
to this setting. The outcome is a time-stepping method that guarantees
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This paper is concerned with the asymptotic expansion and numerical solution of systems of linear delay differential equations with highly oscillatory forcing terms. The computation of such problems using standard numerical methods is exceedingly slow and inefficient, indeed standard software is practically useless for this purpose. We propose an alternative, consisting of an asymptotic expansion of the solution, where each term can be derived either by recursion or by solving a non-oscillatory...

This paper is concerned with the asymptotic expansion and numerical solution of systems of linear delay differential equations with highly oscillatory forcing terms. The computation of such problems using standard numerical methods is exceedingly slow and inefficient, indeed standard software is practically useless for this purpose. We propose an alternative, consisting of an asymptotic expansion of the solution, where each term can be derived either by recursion or by solving a non-oscillatory...

This paper is concerned with the asymptotic expansion and numerical solution of systems of linear delay differential equations with highly oscillatory forcing terms. The computation of such problems using standard numerical methods is exceedingly slow and inefficient, indeed standard software is practically useless for this purpose. We propose an alternative, consisting of an asymptotic expansion of the solution, where each term can be derived either by recursion or by solving a non-oscillatory...

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