04/17/2015, 02:15 AM
(This post was last modified: 04/17/2015, 01:13 PM by fivexthethird.)

I'm pretty sure that this function can't be analytic at the fix points of exp.

If it was, then if c is a fix point we could directly evaluate the derivatives of f at c, which are actually polynomials of c multiplied by f(c)

and in general the degree of the polynomial appears to be which obviously grows too fast to converge.

If it was, then if c is a fix point we could directly evaluate the derivatives of f at c, which are actually polynomials of c multiplied by f(c)

and in general the degree of the polynomial appears to be which obviously grows too fast to converge.