**Laplace transformation of characteristic and any other typical functions**

Laplace transformation of several important functions (characteristic and typical) will be provided in the followings and they can be proofed by the earlier used methods.

a) Dirac-delta

b) Heavyside unit step function

c) Power function

d.) Exponential function , where

e.) i.e. the simple harmonic oscillator

f.) i.e. the simple harmonic oscillator

g.) Laplace transformation of periodic step function. See the following two figures (Figure 29., 30.).

The first single periodic of periodic step function is denoted by , where

periodic function presented on the Figure 29. is possible to build up by the superposition of the single periodic function with shifting .

The analytical expression is the following:

Execute the Laplace transformation by the shifting theorem and the superposition rule.

It is possible to see, that is an infinite geometrical series, where

Consequently, the Laplace transformation of the periodic step function is:

, where

, and is the periodic of the function

h.) Convolution

Let and be absolutely integrable general step functions as well as their Laplace transformations are:

Let’s determine the function, if function in the complex frequency domain is expressed as follow:

function in the real parameter space can be expressed by the inverse Laplace transformation:

The operation is called convolution of and functions.

Consequently, if a function in the real parameter space can be expressed by and by the following operation:

, where and are absolutely integrable, then the result of the transformation into the complex frequency domain is as follow:

, i.e. the product of the two functions in the extended frequency domain:

Let’s see, how can be derived the Laplace transformation of the derivation of a convolution operation.