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superfunctions of eta converge towards each other
#1
The recent posts on the Taylor series for the superfunctions of reminded me that I want to post my theory, that as imag(z) increases, the lower and upper superfunctions at eta converge towards each other, plus a constant. Here, sexp(z) is the lower superfunction, with sexp(0)=1, and cheta(z) is the upper superfunction, normalized so that cheta(0)=2e.
. Where is a 1-cyclic function, which quickly decays to zero as imag(z) increases. Then, the constant "k" is 5.0552093131039000 + 1.0471975511965977*I. And then we have for any real number x,

- Sheldon
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#2
(05/23/2011, 09:01 PM)sheldonison Wrote: Where is a 1-cyclic function, which quickly decays to zero as imag(z) increases. Then, the constant "k" is 5.0552093131039000 + 1.0471975511965977*I.

Without looking at numerical values I at least want to mention, if theta is 1-cyclic and bounded (which would follow from decay towards ioo) then theta would be constant, because every bounded entire function must be constant.

PS: you have some typos in the thread title.
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(05/23/2011, 09:49 PM)bo198214 Wrote:
(05/23/2011, 09:01 PM)sheldonison Wrote: Where is a 1-cyclic function, which quickly decays to zero as imag(z) increases. Then, the constant "k" is 5.0552093131039000 + 1.0471975511965977*I.

Without looking at numerical values I at least want to mention, if theta is 1-cyclic and bounded (which would follow from decay towards ioo) then theta would be constant, because every bounded entire function must be constant.

PS: you have some typos in the thread title.
Yeah, if the 1-cyclic function is a sum, , then all of the b_n terms must be zero, so it decays to zero as imag(z) increases. The theta(z) function is a Kneser mapping function, which is the sum of the a_n terms, with singularities for integer values of z. It is defined if imag(z)>0, or (if imag(z)=0 and z is not an integer). Then the sexp(z) function for imag(z)<0 is defined by a Schwarz reflection. And, just like sexp base e, the sexp_eta(z) winds up with singularities for integers <= -2, and the singularity cancels for integers>-2.

I was curious to see if anyone else had noticed this. Unfortunately, I don't know how to prove it. edit: In a prevoius post Henryk pointed out that if you have a sickle between the two conjugated fixed points, then that is a required condition. I'll have to try to understand that better ....

I have also numerically calculated the terms for theta(z), and verified that . At imag(z)=I, the upper harmonics have already decayed enough that the graph looks very sinusoidal. Here is the graph of theta(z) at imag(z)=1, from -1+i to 1+i, where the amplitude of the main harmonic has decayed to 0.00017. Closer to the real axis, as I have I previously posted, the graph has has progressively more and more high frequency terms, due to the singularities at integer values of z.
   
- Sheldon
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#4
Ah, ok, I see is not entire.

Interesting conjecture. It seems also confirmed by the pictures (made by Dmitrii) on page 8 in the attached "Computation of the Two Regular Super-Exponentials to base exp(1/e)".


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#5
(05/24/2011, 01:06 PM)bo198214 Wrote: Ah, ok, I see is not entire.

Interesting conjecture. It seems also confirmed by the pictures (made by Dmitrii) on page 8 in Computation of the Two Regular Super-Exponentials to base exp(1/e).

I look forward to reading Dimitrii's paper. Apparently, it must still be pre-publication, as all I can see is, "You are not the submitter of that submission".

I originally thought I would calculate theta(z) by generating a Kneser Riemann mapping, which would require some modifications to my Kneser.gp code, that I haven't had time to try yet. So yesterday I calculated , the easier way, using the equation.
. With 100 terms, I get double precision accurate results for imag(z)>=0.04, for the equation generating



- Sheldon
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a0=   5.055209313103899981427271658      + 1.047197551196597746154214461*I
a1=   0.001401432408004982064340007511   - 0.08904740918967849870934295177*I
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a3=   0.0007404889205790805265231636913  - 0.02245163221999563066686678902*I
a4=   0.0005977370286484969934606112522  - 0.01566861320844214271503958136*I
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a99=  0.00003288613670482528160722327206 - 0.0003203482001271648896125235552*I

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#6
(05/24/2011, 02:18 PM)sheldonison Wrote: Apparently, it must still be pre-publication, as all I can see is, "You are not the submitter of that submission".

Oh, dear, I uploaded it to the arxiv. But it takes some time there until it is public.
So, I attached the file in the original post. It is currently under review in "Mathematics of Computation".
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#7
(05/24/2011, 01:06 PM)bo198214 Wrote: Ah, ok, I see is not entire.

Interesting conjecture. It seems also confirmed by the pictures (made by Dmitrii) on page 8 in the attached "Computation of the Two Regular Super-Exponentials to base exp(1/e)".
Dimitrii noticed the similarity too, page 20. "Outside the positive part of the real axis, F3(z) approaches e at |z|->infinity in a similar way as F1 does."
- Sheldon
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#8
i have been aware of this as well.

i always said : " ill consider this later " and thought " it is probably trivial and most regular posters can easily prove this "

apart from the actual proof , i came to conjecture - without the gut to post it nor the effort to check it (srr)- :

almost all real-analytic functions of type
exp(1) > a_n > 1
f(x) = sum a_n^x

with a single (real) fixpoint and fixpoint derivate and second derivate equal to eta's

(f(x) has a unique real inverse)

satisfy the same property as the eta^x mentioned in this thread.

but it sounded to weird and silly ... and i guess there had to be many counterexamples. ( laying doubt on " almost all " )

but what do you think are the conditions for this strange property of upper and lower superfunctions ?
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(05/25/2011, 11:04 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: with a single (real) fixpoint and fixpoint derivate and second derivate equal to eta's

(f(x) has a unique real inverse)

satisfy the same property as the eta^x mentioned in this thread.

Ähm, which function are you talking about, eta^x?
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#10
with eta^x i mean e^(x/e).

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