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“This text is designed to be an introduction to the theory of differential equations with delay for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students.” (William J. Satzer, The Mathematical Association of America, November, 2010)
“This textbook would serve as an excellent reference text to help a mathematics faculty develop an introductory mathematics course on DDEs … . This textbook clearly places the study of DDEs firmly within the standard curriculum of a graduate program in mathematics and well within the scope of a strong final-year undergraduate mathematics major. … this text will have a positive impact on biomathematics education and be a welcome addition. We certainly find it so.” (John G. Milton and Michael C. Mackey, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2011 k)
“This book gives a first introduction to delay differential equations that is intended for mathematics students. Thanks to the emphasis on applications to life sciences, it can be recommended also to scientists from this discipline that wish to get a deeper understanding of the theoretical aspects for this widely used class of models.” (Matthias Wolfrum, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1227, 2012)