Let,s suppose we want to get the inverse Laplace transform of a function f(s) numerically,we should calculate the integral from (c-i8,c+i8) of exp(st)f(s) my question is what c we should choose for calculating the integral?..wouldn,t depend the integral of the value of c..where could i find the proof that the Inverse Laplace transform does not depend on the value of c chosen?..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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

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# Laplace inverse transform

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