Is the following integral of the "Laplace Type?"(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If so, is it possible to create an asymptotic expansion for contour integrals of the following form?

Contour Integral around y of e^[K*h(z)]/[f(z)*g(c/z) - epsilon],

where epsilon is a very small real valued positive constant,

C is an integer; h, f, and g are holomorphic in the region containing the contour y, y not containing the origin, and y containing a simple pole of the integral on the complex plane. The parameter K is a parameter that makes the integral convergent.

Inquisitively,

Edwin

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