02/01/2015, 11:06 PM

(01/31/2015, 02:45 AM)sheldonison Wrote: [quote='sheldonison' pid='7609' dateline='1422314910']Despite the edit this equation is still wrong.

where k is a small perturbation constant in the neighborhood of zero...

First off, if then with some algebra

Look , your "z" is on the LHS but not on the RHS.

Quote: trivially proven by using the chain rule since

This is also wrong.

sexp'(x+1) = sexp(x+1) sexp'(x).

If you say f ' (x) = f ' (x+1) then basicly you say f ' (x) is periodic.

Quote:So, this particular point on the tetration curve is the place where the linear approximation piecemeal approximation works best, since

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Considering these mistakes or miscommunications I have trouble following and as a reader am not seduced to do so.

Maybe Im harsch but if you ever want to write a paper you will loose the intrest of people after page 1 by these things , if it even gets accepted.

As for my opinion , well , considering what I wrote its clear.

Also the idea or post seems unfinished and is therefore hard to Judge.

Nothing new under the sun till now ?

regards

tommy1729