I'm looking for "extended" tables of Laplace transforms i.e. ones which have examples beyond the basics commonly shown in tables. I have already linked to this one in another thread:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

http://www.me.unm.edu/~starr/teaching/me380/Laplace.pdf

which is a good indicator of what I am looking for. Any more like this out there that people know about? I have tried Googling, of course, but the number of hits returned is huge.

Regards,

MR

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# Extended tables of Laplace transforms

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