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GaverStehfest algorithm for inverse Laplace transform 1.0 Description 

Description: ilt=gavsteh(funname,t,L)
funname The name of the function to be transformed. t The transform argument (usually a snapshot of time). ilt The value of the inverse transform L number of coefficient > depends on computer word length used (examples: L=8, 10, 12, 14, 16, so on..)
Numerical Inverse Laplace Transform using GaverStehfest method
Refferences: 1. Villinger, H., 1985, Solving cylindrical geothermal problems using GaverStehfest inverse Laplace transform, Geophysics, vol. 50 no. 10 p. 15811587 2. Stehfest, H., 1970, Algorithm 368: Numerical inversion of Laplace transform, Communication of the ACM, vol. 13 no. 1 p. 4749
Simple (and yet rush) examples included in functions fun1 and fun2 with their comparisons to the exact value (use testgs.m to run the examples)
License: Freeware Related: problems, geophysics, stehfest, geothermal, cylindrical, methodrefferences, villinger, solving, Algorithm, inversion, comparisons, Exact, testgsm, Functions, Communication, Simple, included, gaverstehfest O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X File Size: 10.0 KB Downloads: 115


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