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tetration from alternative fixed point
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(06/27/2010, 10:18 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: is that slog(z) analytic ?
Yes its the regular slog at the secondary fixed point of exp.

Quote:is the related superfunction a superfunction of exp(z) + 2pi i then ?

No, its a superfunction of exp, even an entire one.

Quote:but then it cant be related to the superfunction of exp(z) , can it ?

its related via the Riemann mapping, see the Kneser thread for more details.
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RE: tetration from alternative fixed point - by bo198214 - 06/28/2010, 03:08 AM

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