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U-tetration or "decremented exponential iteration"
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Gottfried Wrote:1) determine the coefficients as polynomials in h ...
2) determine the coefficients as polynomials in u^h ...

Yes, these two approaches have names for them as well. Daniel Geisler calls them:
  1. parabolic iteration and
  2. hyperbolic iteration (which I never made a post about).
Just wanted to hyper-link these posts Smile

Andrew Robbins
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RE: U-tetration or "decremented exponential iteration" - by andydude - 01/07/2008, 06:24 PM

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