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Could be tetration if this integral converges
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(05/12/2014, 02:15 AM)mike3 Wrote:
(05/12/2014, 01:44 AM)JmsNxn Wrote:
(05/11/2014, 11:26 PM)mike3 Wrote: I'm curious: how did you get that first formula? Is it possible to get a similar formula for

I'm indisposed at the moment but the formula is derived in the paper I posted. Its a very brief proof and follows from cauchy's residue theorem and a meromorphic representation of the Gamma function. I could write some of it out, but it wouldn't be completely formal and might not leave you convinced Smile.

Contour integration, right?

I could be wrong but I think James also uses Nörlund-Rice integral and Ramanujan's master theorem.
Perhaps not used literally but only in the back of his mind.

regards

tommy1729
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(05/12/2014, 11:26 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: I could be wrong but I think James also uses Nörlund-Rice integral and Ramanujan's master theorem.
Perhaps not used literally but only in the back of his mind.

regards

tommy1729

Wow. Never seen these results before ^_^. I actually reproved ramanujan's master theorem!Not very hard the way I did it. I am using something very close to the Norlund rice integral, slightly modified though.
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