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extension of the Ackermann function to operators less than addition
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I realize now we have to create a second axiom in order that the series of operators become the true Ackermann function.

Consider the possibility that:



we still have the result that


the only difference is that

and in return we get



So in order to get the true Ackermann function we must make the second assertion:






This is actually the equivalent to the iteration axiom:


though only true for integer values of sigma greater than or equal to two.


Therefore we define the Ackermann function from axioms:



such that











Does anyone see any modifications necessary?
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RE: extension of the Ackermann function to operators less than addition - by JmsNxn - 11/06/2011, 08:06 PM

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