05/11/2009, 08:31 PM

(05/11/2009, 08:12 PM)sheldonison Wrote: Are the imaginary periods exactly repeating copies?

yes. .

Quote:The fractal behavior of is increasing to infinity via tetration, except it is occurring at the i=imaginary_period/2 line, with real values!

Yes! On the imaginary axis they are just translated by . Isnt that strange!

Quote:It sounds as though the conversions are as simple as:

,

Where the complex offset is just a real offset plus half of the imaginary period of each function.

Absolutely!

Quote:This means along with the complex offsets, also allows conversions between and , the lower superexponential, and the upper superexponential.

But can not computed directly.