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Topic: Inverse Laplace Transform
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Leslaw Bieniasz

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Inverse Laplace Transform
Posted: Apr 7, 2010 7:26 AM
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I need to find an inverse Laplace transform of the


where "s" is the Laplace variable, "a" is a real positive constant,
and "b" is a real constant that can be either positive or negative.
I have tried the InverseLaplaceTransform[] function, but it
returns the original expression. My question is: does this mean
that the inverse transform does not exist, or only Mathematica
cannot find it?
Also, if anybody knows where I could possibly find the inverse
in any book, or how I might obtain the inverse otherwise, I would
appreciate an information. Abramowitz and Stegun book does not have it.


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