this is a problem of using hte complex inversion formula to solve the inverse laplace transform of...

the solutions given to us say that the bromich contour used must have a branch point at s = -1 ... i have no idea why

- October 16th 2009, 06:46 PMwalleyecomplex inversion formula of laplace transforms - branch point
this is a problem of using hte complex inversion formula to solve the inverse laplace transform of...

the solutions given to us say that the bromich contour used must have a branch point at s = -1 ... i have no idea why - October 16th 2009, 09:03 PMmr fantastic
The singularity of the function (s = -1) is a branch point. Read these:

Mathematical methods in chemical ... - Google Books

http://books.google.com.au/books?id=...age&q=&f=false