10/07/2007, 06:16 PM

jaydfox Wrote:To be honest, I'm not surprised. In working with Andrew's slog, it appears to be based entirely on the primary fixed points and "images" of it (e.g., a, a+2*pi*i, ln(a+2*pi*i), ln(a+2*pi*i) + 2*pi*i, etc.).

Well, Andrew's slog does *not* correspond to the regular iteration at a primary non-real fixed point (as this yields complex values). It is still not verified whether it corresponds to the regular iteration at the lower real fixed point (btw. do you call the both real fixed points for "primary" too? Because the primary fixed points converge to for ).

Where with "correspond" I mean that:

where the right side is the given regular iteration at a fixed point.

So its not really clear for me about what you are not surprised