07/28/2009, 11:29 AM

Indeed, welcome to the forum.

I hope you find your tetration. Everybody seems to find their own at some point. The hard part is discovering how each are related. I think the holy grail here is to prove that two independently-defined tetrations are equivalent.

Also, in this forum, "g" is called a superexponential (or tetrational) function and "g^-1" is called a superlogarithm. I'm sure if you search for these terms on this forum, you will find many many discussions.

Andrew Robbins

I hope you find your tetration. Everybody seems to find their own at some point. The hard part is discovering how each are related. I think the holy grail here is to prove that two independently-defined tetrations are equivalent.

Also, in this forum, "g" is called a superexponential (or tetrational) function and "g^-1" is called a superlogarithm. I'm sure if you search for these terms on this forum, you will find many many discussions.

Andrew Robbins