Is there any way to numerically evaluate delay differential equations with Mathcad?
I'm not very conversant with DDE's, but as far as I can remember, DDE's (at least some) can be reduced to ODE's.
Mathcad and Prime can at least solve ODE's numerically.
A special mechanism for automatically resolving DDE's with Mathcad is unknown to me.
You can't solve delay differential equations in Mathcad.
Look at Maple: Delay differential equations
Post your equations and I'll see what Maple makes of them
Thanks for offering your help. However, I would need extensive time. I'm amazed that no one has done anything with DDEs using Mathcad; as it is an extremely well-established math processing program.
I think you misunderstand Mathcad. Lots of people use Mathcad for mild math (sometimes with units), basic plotting, and documentation. For that, it's a great tool.
Mathcad doesn't have the mathematical breadth and depth of MATLAB, Mathematica or Maple. Nor is it targeted at such a market. In addition to DDE, there's a whole bunch of other mathematical things that Mathcad doesn't do either