01/13/2016, 10:55 PM
(This post was last modified: 01/13/2016, 10:55 PM by sheldonison.)

(01/13/2016, 09:21 PM)andydude Wrote:(01/13/2016, 05:36 PM)sheldonison Wrote: Lets say we have the Schroeder function, and its inverse which have corresponding Abel and super functions, Notice that for b=e, but this is not the case for other bases.

So

which means ?

I don't understand.

That was a typo; working from the top of my head. Anyway, the inverse of the Schroeder function of L^z is the superfunction. For base-e, it will be around the fixed point, so . Anyway, the formal Schroeder equation is what you use, at the fixed point of the exponential for base=b.

- Sheldon