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The topics include mathematical models, inverse **Laplace transforms**, dynamic behaviors of typical plants, the stability analysis of feedback systems, cascade and feed-forward control strategies, and optimum control and design.

First employing Hankel transform with respect to the variable r, which is denoted by * and then **Laplace transform** with respect to the variable z, which is denoted by--.

4) the **Laplace transform** we have [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where are [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are the **Laplace transforms** of A(t), u(t) and h(t), respectively, and z is the dual variable.

o] = Reference temperature p = **Laplace transform** parameter [xi], [eta] = Fourier transform parameter [[vector].

THEOREM AND RESULT Theorem 1: the instantaneous availability of the system at time t is A (t), and the **Laplace transform** of A(t) is given by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.

The **Laplace transform** of the output is given by Y = G * ([U.

iii) Double **Laplace Transform**: (a) The double **Laplace transform** is defined by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1.

The problem is solved by using the **Laplace transform** technique.