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Cyclic dynamics f(-x) = T (f(x))
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Let analytic a(z) = a^[r](z) for all z and some real r <> 1.

Cyclic dynamics fundamental equation.

F( a(z) ) = T ( F(z) )

With T entire.

Less general

By using g(q x) = a( g(x) ) , q = exp(2 pi i / r).

We get

W(q x) = T( W(x) ).

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Example

F(-x) = F(x) + pi i

Solution ln(x).

Can you find

F(-x) = g * F(x) + h

Note 1) we consider only nonconstant solutions
Note 2) we prefer a(x) to have exactly one fixpoint , so that its iterations are Unique !

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Tommy1729
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Cyclic dynamics f(-x) = T (f(x)) - by tommy1729 - 08/24/2015, 11:56 PM

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