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Apropos "fix"point: are the fractional iterations from there "fix" as well?
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Yes, Mphlee.  That is very accurate. What a beautiful transcription. Please remember my argument is still pretty rough, and didn't flesh out everything, but it tells the story--similarly with Tommy, who reduced it to the main working part.

This is precisely the basis of \(\theta\) mappings--so you talking about this as a way of classifying uniqueness. It is precisely the uniqueness of theta mappings and how kneser is unique, and its construction is uniqueness. Welcome to the world of theta mappings Wink
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Oh... theta mappings... Exclamation connecting the dots.... damn the picture looks great.

Anyways I'm deeply embarrassed by my last post in this thread. I'm having some free time and I was trying to post as much as possible... since idk when I'll have time again... but I'm rushing and the last post is full of typos... it seems unreadable. I apologize. I'll fix it ASAP.



Did my best in order to fix it. Added clarifications and fixed typos.

MSE MphLee
Mother Law \((\sigma+1)0=\sigma (\sigma+1)\)
S Law \(\bigcirc_f^{\lambda}\square_f^{\lambda^+}(g)=\square_g^{\lambda}\bigcirc_g^{\lambda^+}(f)\)
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(07/17/2022, 09:19 AM)MphLee Wrote: Oh... theta mappings... Exclamation connecting the dots.... damn the picture looks great.

Anyways I'm deeply embarrassed by my last post in this thread. I'm having some free time and I was trying to post as much as possible... since idk when I'll have time again... but I'm rushing and the last post is full of typos... it seems unreadable. I apologize. I'll fix it ASAP.



Did my best in order to fix it. Added clarifications and fixed typos.

Never be embarrassed, Mphlee. You're a very detailed individual, and you work really hard. It's alright to be confused, and make a mistake. Honestly your clarifications added nothing to the discussion (For me at least), I already knew what you meant.

Relax, take a breath. It's okay. You're a lot closer to the picture than you think you are.

Tongue 

Regards, James
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