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Closed Forms for non Integer Tetration
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If you use Kneser's tetration or its analytic continuation, to calculate a number tetrated to a non integer how can you find a closed form for it? Like, does anyone know of a closed form for i^^i?
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No, Catullus

Again. If you could put a closed form to various tetration values. Princeton would probably pay you a million dollars.
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