nLab Laplace transform



The Laplace transform of a function ff on a suitable affine space is the result of an integration of the form

f^(a)f(x)e xadx, \hat f(a) \coloneqq \int f(x) e^{- x a} \, d x \,,

when defined.

For imaginary numbers aa, this is the Fourier transform. If aa is allowed to be a complex number, this is also called the Fourier-Laplace transform.


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