Asymptotic and non-asymptotic estimates for multivariate Laplace integrals
AbstractWe derive bilateral asymptotic as well as non-asymptotic estimates for the multivariate Laplace integrals. Furthermore, we provide multidimensional Tauberian theorems for exponential integrals.
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