02/05/2008, 11:25 PM

hej GFR

My physical logic tells there has to be also superslow operations- perhaps inverses of fast operations- whose asymptotes in one direction might be complex, of a kind 1/2+ imaginary part.

Is it possible to define such inverse tetration, pentation, etc and calculate asymptotic values?

In that sense, zeration would not be the last in the row,or where would be these slow ones placed- as fractional oprations between 1 and 0, or negative operations?

Ivars

My physical logic tells there has to be also superslow operations- perhaps inverses of fast operations- whose asymptotes in one direction might be complex, of a kind 1/2+ imaginary part.

Is it possible to define such inverse tetration, pentation, etc and calculate asymptotic values?

In that sense, zeration would not be the last in the row,or where would be these slow ones placed- as fractional oprations between 1 and 0, or negative operations?

Ivars