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Another question,let,s take the Laplace transform in 2 dimensions hten how would we define the Laplace inverse transform?..

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Another question,let,s take the Laplace transform in 2 dimensions hten how would we define the Laplace inverse transform?..

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you can use the complexe analysis and résidue theorem

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It is impossible to calculate numerically these integral , because it is a line complex integral and not a simple integral like the reel integral , for this (if you know the complex analysis) their is an important theorem to calculate the value of the complex integral it is : Residue theorem, so use this theorem

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When you change the variale c+iu=v , so u change an COMPLEX variable and not a real variable!

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but the Laplace inverse transform is not just a special case of fourier transform?

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the Laplace inverse transform is not just a special case of fourier transform

But when we calculate the Laplace we use the complexe variables and not the real variables

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