
 PlanetMath: Mellin's inverse formula 
  In practice, computing the complex integral can be done by using the Cauchy residue theorem. 
  Crossreferences: Cauchy residue theorem, complex integral, real parts, real axis, imaginary axis, parallel, line, straight, Lebesgue measure, point, real function, continuous, piecewise, Laplace transform, inverse, function 
  g(t) by g(e^{t})=f(t) we obtain the Laplace inversion formula, moreover, we can prove this one independently from the Fourier integral theorem and under somewhat broader assumptions. 
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