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PS, I suppose that H(σ) must be the "exponential response"...

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PS, I suppose that H(σ) must be the "exponential response"...

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Is there a context for these? They can be called whatever you'd like to call them without context.

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Those are all defined in the first page you cite. "X" is the Laplace transform of whatever "input function" you have and "Y" is the Laplace transform of its "output function". H is the ratio [itex]\frac{Y}{X}[/itex].

PS, I suppose that H(σ) must be the "exponential response"...

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