05/23/2008, 09:31 AM

Ivars Wrote:Would that be true also for imaginary t? t=I, like:

yes. As one can see from the derivation it is true for any complex iteration counts.

Quote:The functions having ilog property ilog(fg)=ilog (f) + ilog(g) seem to be rather wide class, am I right?

Its not one class, there are equivalence classes where is considered to be equivalent to if there is some such that , for each equivalent and this property holds.