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Hyper operators in computability theory
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Recently I asked this question on MO http://mathoverflow.net/questions/261538...n-analysis

And I'm curious if anyone has encountered anything similar. As in, the main value of the hyper-operators defined for natural numbers is its computational aspect. Is there a similar idea in analysis? Can anyone give me any ideas of where to talk about these things. About how to phrase the fact that the computational complexity of grows hyper operationally with .
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Hyper operators in computability theory - by JmsNxn - 02/07/2017, 07:59 AM

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