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tetration from alternative fixed point
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I asked this question in 1993 in the following manner, 

Consider two fixed points of the complex exponential map  where and  and their Lyapunov multipliers

Can the forward orbit of  traverse a region of space dominated by  to the region dominated by ?

My numerical research indicated that the answer can be affirmative. The main problem I faced what the chaotic region between . By adjusting  the chaotic region becomes arbitrarily thin and several hundred iterations can map  to .
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RE: tetration from alternative fixed point - by Daniel - 12/24/2019, 06:26 AM

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