01/02/2019, 10:04 PM

> What is the inverse method of iteration?

The closest thing I've found is counting iterations of the inverse. As an algorithm:

Start with the outcome of your iteration of a group element as input. Count how often you can apply the corresponding inverse group element until you reach the neutral element. The counted number gives you the original number N of iterations.

The closest thing I've found is counting iterations of the inverse. As an algorithm:

Start with the outcome of your iteration of a group element as input. Count how often you can apply the corresponding inverse group element until you reach the neutral element. The counted number gives you the original number N of iterations.