Daniel Wrote:Yes I withdrawed this assertion (based on an error in my computation) in the preprevious post.bo198214 Wrote:I dont know whether I am the first one who realizes that regularly iterating at a complex fixed point yields real coefficients! Moreover they do not depend on the chosen fixed point!

I don't think that is true, if I understand you.

However I numerically verified (hopefully this time without error) that the regular iterations at both *real* fixed points coincide for .

Quote:Just consider the term

in .

Öhm, a bit more explanative?

Quote:As a side note, consider any two fixed points for the same , then the fixed point commute under exponentiation .

Yes, this is clear as which is independent on the order of and .