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Inverse Laplace Transform

  1. Jul 29, 2011 #1
    I know that there is the Bromwich integral which inverts the Laplace Transform but it requires the function to have poles.

    I am wondering if there is a formula for inverting a function which decays rapidly but has no poles?
     
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  3. Aug 1, 2011 #2

    hunt_mat

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    Not that I know of, I am looking at inverse Laplace transforms too.

    Does the function have any real zeros? You might try doing a keyhole contour around the zeros.

    Are you certain that this in Laplace invertable?
     
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