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Should tetration be a multivalued function?
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(01/03/2016, 11:24 PM)marraco Wrote: The problem is that the Z curve is not uniquely defined. It depends on the value choosen for . Any value between is valid, and the only difference this choice make, is the horizontal displacement on the curve. I drew the Z curve matching the origin with his inflection point (roughly).

It appears that these 3 branches are not connected in the real line, but I would suspect that they are connected in the complex plane (to make a Riemann surface), and that fixing on the main branch might fix the value of the other branches, at least that's what I would think.
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RE: Should tetration be a multivalued function? - by andydude - 01/04/2016, 12:01 AM

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