# When is $F(p)$ the Laplace transform of a bounded $f(t)$?

@inproceedings{Ramm2022WhenI, title={When is \$F(p)\$ the Laplace transform of a bounded \$f(t)\$?}, author={Alexander G. Ramm}, year={2022} }

Sufficient conditions are given for a function F (p), analytic in Rep > 0, to be a Laplace transform of a function f(t), such that maxt≥0|f(t)| < ∞, f(0) = 0.

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