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Hello,
let's say we have a vector of y-values belonging to some x values. So y is some function of x. We don't have an analytic/symbolic expression for this function and are not interested in that either. Is there a (fast) method to Laplace transform this y-vector numerically like DFT/FFT with Fourier transform? I know there is a method in the matlab symbolic toolbox but suppose we don't know the explicit function (and do not want to interpolate it somehow).
Best,
Sven