Time-delayed dynamical systems are defined in an infinite dimensional state-space. When the system has multiple stable steady-state responses, the global analysis of the system such as finding the domains of attraction and boundary basin has to be done in the infinite dimensional state-space. This paper examines this issue and shows that there are rich opportunities for global analysis research of nonlinear time-delayed dynamical systems.

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