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fractional powers of function inversion (was: changing terminology)
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(08/11/2009, 01:17 PM)Tetratophile Wrote: @bo: ...not an operator, sorry. i meant a property. is the i-th power one of them. that was what i meant to ask.

Inv is an operator.
Most of the on the forum featured iteration extensions allow to plug in a complex iteration exponent.
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