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Limit of mean of Iterations of f(x)=(ln(x);x>0,ln(-x) x<0) =-Omega constant for all x
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Based on what I found here:

Entropy of Log-Poisson process

The distribution of values including far rare jumps based on change of sign with mod under logarithm has to be log-Poisson or negative log-Poisson, because the mean value of such infinite iteration is entropy of such process .

Unofortunately, I could not find the parameters of log-Poisson distribution (mean, variance, skewness, kurtosis etc.) to compare with my numeric results.

The hidden mean of 2 such distributions, log Poisson and negative log Poisson is and

Ivars
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RE: Limit of mean of Iterations of f(x)=(ln(x);x>0,ln(-x) x<0) =-Omega constant for all x - by Ivars - 03/10/2009, 03:34 PM

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