Is there some systematic procedure to solve delay differential equation ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Here's one equation that I would like to solve

[itex] \large \frac{1}{ \omega } \frac{dV_0(t)}{dt} = V_i(t) - \frac{V_o(t-T_d)}{k} [/itex]

where

T_{d}is the delay

Thanks

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# How to solve delay differential equation

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