For autonomous functional-differential equations with delays, we obtain an oscillation criterion, which allows one to reduce the oscillation problem to the calculation of a unique root of a real-valued function determined by the coefficients of the original equation. The criterion is illustrated by examples of equations with concentrated and distributed aftereffect, for which convenient oscillation tests are obtained.
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differential equation with aftereffect oscillation concentrated and distributed delay
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