Advances in Computational Mathematics vol:28 issue:4 pages:383-399
This paper deals with the asymptotic stability of exact and discrete solutions of neutral multidelay-integro-differential equations. Sufficient conditions are derived that guarantee the asymptotic stability of the exact solutions. Adaptations of classical Runge–Kutta and linear multistep methods are suggested for solving such systems with commensurate delays. Stability criteria are constructed for the asymptotic stability of these numerical methods and compared to the stability criteria derived for the continuous problem. It is found that, under suitable conditions, these two classes of numerical methods retain the stability of the continuous systems. Some numerical examples are given that illustrate the theoretical results.