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bhuvi Group Title

why laplace transform is used in control systems rather than fourier transform????

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    The Fourier transform is a very specific version of the LaPlace transform. I think the LaPlace transform also includes information of the damping of signals (which can be important for control system engineering) and the Fourier transform does not.

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    http://mathoverflow.net/questions/16274/fourier-vs-laplace-transforms

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    If you have an initial value problem at t=0 , It's easy to get time domain from Laplace transform.

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