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changing terminology (was: overview paper co-author invitation)
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(08/13/2009, 11:20 AM)bo198214 Wrote: So then the terms super-exponential, super-logarithm and superfunction would still be in effect (?).

Yes. I think so. Just because there are systematic names the superfunctions and their inverses, doesn't mean existing terms stop being used. The term "superlogarithm" and exponential-logarithm are synonyms now (I also support "tetralogarithm" but have been using "superlogarithm" to distinguish from the 4th polylogarithm). Also, take ethylene for example, its systematic name is "ethene" but no respectable chemist uses the systematic name.
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RE: changing terminology (was: overview paper co-author invitation) - by andydude - 08/13/2009, 07:53 PM

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