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For reasons I will explain later , I need to introduce a new special function.
Well some might have used it before or named it before , but most consider it nonstandard.

For complex z , integer r :

Lambert_t(z,r) is the functional inverse of

ln^[r](z) z.

regards

tommy1729

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tommy1729
(03/12/2015, 01:11 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: [ -> ]Lambert_t(z,r) is the functional inverse of
ln^[r](z) z.

I believe this is the same as Galidakis HW function.
(01/10/2016, 09:12 AM)andydude Wrote: [ -> ]
(03/12/2015, 01:11 PM)tommy1729 Wrote: [ -> ]Lambert_t(z,r) is the functional inverse of
ln^[r](z) z.

I believe this is the same as Galidakis HW function.

I do not think so.

I believe HW is the functional inverse of functions like

Z 2^(3^Z)

And

Z 5^(17^(55^Z))

Regards

Tommy1729