Hello

I need to use the

**DE HOOG** inverse Laplace transform algorithm in a part of my research. I need to use a PYTHON code. Recently I found two codes in the below links:

https://searchcode.com/file/122028505/inverselaplace.pyhttps://searchcode.com/file/7736521/BAEM/CAMELOT-Wrapper/Scripts/HoogPy_1_0.pyIt will be fine if I could get either of these codes to work but the problem is I do not know how to do that. I mean I do not know how I can define my function in the Laplace domain in these codes and get them to work. According to the fact that I am not an expert in python, I was hoping if you could help me with that.

**This is what I am looking for:**Lets say I need to find the inverse Laplace transform of the below function at t=1:

**f** = 1/(s-1)

The inverse Laplace transform of

**f** is : e^(t)

At t=1 the result is expected to be = e

Thanks in advance for your time and attention.

Best Regards