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# Integral Transforms

Integral transforms are linear mathematical operators that act on functions to alter the domain. Transforms are used to make certain integrals and differential equations easier to solve algebraically. There are many types of integral transforms with a wide variety of uses, including image and signal processing, physics, engineering, statistics and mathematical analysis.

Fourier Transforms

Decompose a function using the Fourier transform.

Compute a Fourier transform:

Compute an inverse Fourier transform:

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Laplace Transforms

Use a Laplace transform to take a function of a real variable to a function of a complex variable.

Compute a Laplace transform:

Compute an inverse Laplace transform:

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Mellin Transforms

Find the Mellin transform of a math function.

Compute a Mellin transform:

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Z-Transforms

Compute the discrete Z-transform of a mathematical expression.

Compute the Z-transform of a sequence:

Compute the inverse Z-transform of a function:

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