InverseLaplaceTransform

InverseLaplaceTransform[expr,s,t]

gives the inverse Laplace transform of expr.

InverseLaplaceTransform[expr,{s1,s2,},{t1,t2,}]

gives the multidimensional inverse Laplace transform of expr.

Details

  • The inverse Laplace transform of a function is defined to be , where γ is an arbitrary positive constant chosen so that the contour of integration lies to the right of all singularities in .
  • In TraditionalForm, InverseLaplaceTransform is output using -1. »

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See Also

LaplaceTransform  InverseFourierTransform  InverseZTransform  InverseMellinTransform  Integrate

Tutorials

Introduced in 1999
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