Hm, timescales seem a very interesting topic.

Its about unification of difference and differential equation.

This is a (imo) very good introduction/tutorial.

I am not sure about this. I mean we have a kinda difference equation for the super exponentiation:

or

.

However perhaps nobody on this forum is so familiar with timescales, to say wether one could directly change this to a differential equation or whatever and get (unique) solutions from there.

Its about unification of difference and differential equation.

This is a (imo) very good introduction/tutorial.

Ivars Wrote:I would like to ask a question is this approach somehow related to iterations of functions, higher operations, or can be related?

I am not sure about this. I mean we have a kinda difference equation for the super exponentiation:

or

.

However perhaps nobody on this forum is so familiar with timescales, to say wether one could directly change this to a differential equation or whatever and get (unique) solutions from there.