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??? D^2 tetration ???
#1
could it be true that by andrew robbins method :

f(x) = 2^f(x-1) f(0) = 1 ( coo base 2 tetration thus )

g(x) = df^2/dx^2 f(x)

g(0) = 0 ???


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tommy1729
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#2
By nth apprimation to intuitive tetration (base 2):

Code:
n     sexp_2'(0) = -slog_2''(1)/slog_2'(1)^3
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5     0.0108519
10    0.0171036
15    0.0173285
20    0.0173507
25    0.0173537
30    0.0173539

So it seems as though this sequence converges to something other than zero.
If you're looking for a base with "nice" properties, I would recommend base (3.0885325).

What makes base (3.0885325) special is that it is the maximizer of , and maximum of over the interval (?, 1.6353245). I think this is analogous to how base (e) is the maximizer of and the maximum of over the interval (0.065988, 1.44467).
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