04/25/2008, 04:06 PM

Kouznetsov Wrote:Bo, I got your message about base b=e^(1/e) and b=sqrt(2). In these cases, the real part of quasiperiod is zero, and I cannot run my algorithm as is. I need to adopt it. It will take time. I do not think that b=sqrt(2) is of specific interest (just integer L(b)=4); we need to consider the general case.is indeed only of interest because it has a simple (integer) fixed point 2. So that is our standard reference (on this forum) base to compare two different methods of computing a tetration. As for example real regular iteration/tetration is no more possible for because there is no real fixed point.

Quote:You may advance faster than I do. You may begin with the plot of the asymptotic period T(b) and analysis of its limiting behavior in vicinity of b=1 and b=e^(1/e). Please, provide the good approximation for (at least) the leading terms.yeah, I am also not that richly blessed with time. I will see, what I can do.

Quote:P.S. you may also correct misprints in your post:blush (again!).

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