I did the following in Matlab and got bounced back with no meaningful results... What's wrong?>> syms t s real >> laplace(1/sqrt(2*pi)/s*exp(-t^2/2/pi/s^2))ans = 7186705221432913/18014398509481984/s*laplace(exp(-1/2*t^2/pi/s^2),t,s)

# does anybody know how to find laplace transform of a gaussian function?

Started by ●January 31, 2006

Reply by ●February 1, 20062006-02-01

gino wrote:> I did the following in Matlab and got bounced back with no meaningful > results... > > What's wrong? > > >>>syms t s real >>>laplace(1/sqrt(2*pi)/s*exp(-t^2/2/pi/s^2)) > > > ans = > > 7186705221432913/18014398509481984/s*laplace(exp(-1/2*t^2/pi/s^2),t,s) > >In Google, the search terms laplace transform gaussian give a first hit of a paper: http://web.mit.edu/18.03-esg/www/cws05/notes/4laperf.pdf Nice to read... Jeroen