(11/08/2009, 08:25 PM)mike3 Wrote: And are the same g-coefficients as what are in the paper?

yes.

(11/08/2009, 08:27 PM)mike3 Wrote: You sure that's actually the regular tetration against x or against the fixed point? Because the graph's x-coordinate looks to go way past if that scale is right.

No, thats this damn sage scale. As I wrote the x-axis starts at 1 (so does the y-axis). 1.22 is roughly the middle of . But sage just doesnt get it managed that at least two numbers are shown at every axis, sometimes there is not even one number at the scale.