10/04/2014, 12:58 PM

(10/04/2014, 11:24 AM)MphLee Wrote: the solution of the equation

should be, as you say

I guess is possible to do more here... I'll try to find a forumula only involving homomorphic operators defined via exponential...

I looked at it better and is easy to write.

The solution of the equation

is

where is the inverse operation of

so we should have

Anyways i'm not 100% sure. I have to chek it with calm.

(10/04/2014, 12:16 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: I already made the choice :

a [0] b = max(a,b) + 1 + kroneckerdelta(a,b)

regards

tommy1729

Ok i get it...

Well first of all -ation should have a non-empty intersection with RR-Zeration

RR-Zeration:

Their intersection has to contain a segment of the trivial zeration (the successor of the second argument) because in that segment -ation is the subfunction of RR-Zeration.

Anyways I think that if we chose RR Zeration -ation its gonna be a multivalued oepration (see Hyperstructures theory and multimaps and this Brief introduction by Viro, comment by Mphlee)

Why? Because its translations are not invertible functions. Anyways I guess that using the Litinov-Maslov's Limit Process we could find a formula that show to us the real shape/behaviour of the set .

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