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What is the underlying concepts regarding a Laplace transform ... and shifting ?

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this? haha http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~stefan/files/papers/mnwhs2/laplace.JTop4.pdf
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Something to do with being in a different cycle in the phase
yeah, I had a priliminary idea about shifting an equation such that you are adding or subtracting parts that you dont want to determine the results of piecewise stuff
now thats how you right a paper; you know its got to be good if you cant understand half of what it says to begin with :)
not mine. but yeeah LOL just did a little research.
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