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How to plot result of inverse laplace transformation ?

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john
john on 10 Jul 2013
Answered: Arabella Bowers on 17 Jan 2016
Hi,
how can I plot result of inverse Laplace transformation?
Example:
b=(s^2-2*s+4);
c=ilaplace(b)
t=0:10;
Than I get:
c = 4*dirac(t) - 2*dirac(t, 1) + dirac(t, 2)
but how can I plot result of ilaplace for t=0:10?
I know about
ezplot(matlabFunction(h), [1,1000])
but it doesn't work.
Thank you for help
No ideas?
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john
john on 22 Jul 2013
Hi, I want just plot my above example for any time interval...I hope it is answer for your question. :-). But I dont know how.

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Vipin Sharma
Vipin Sharma on 3 Sep 2014
Inverse laplace transform plot of a transfer function, F, is equal to impulse response of the transfer function, F. You could simply do, impulseplot(F). Note that F is 'tf' type and 'sym' type.

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