Integrals and Series: Direct Laplace transforms, Volume 4

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CRC Press, 1992 - Mathematics - 618 pages
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This, the fourth volume of the handbook Integrals and Series, contains tables of the direct Laplace transforms and includes results set forth in books of a similar kind and in periodical literature. All the tables are arranged in two columns - originals f(x) and corresponding images F(p). The Laplace transformation is extensively used in various problems of pure and applied mathematics. Particularly widespread and effective is its application to problems arising in the theory of operational calculus and its applications, embracing the most diverse branches of science and technology. An important advantage of methods using the Laplace transformation lies in the possibility of compiling tables of various elementary and special functions commonly encountered in applications. A number of Laplace transforms are expressed in terms of Meijer G-function. When combined with the table of special cases of the G-function, these formulae make it possible to obtain Laplace transforms of various elementary and special functions of mathematical physics.
 

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