Ivars Wrote:However, as e^-pi/2 > e^-e,

h(e^-pi/2) = 0,474541.......= (2/pi)*W(pi/2)

So there is no symmetry and i will not be a result of analytic continuation of infinite tetration of anything, while -i is.

This depends on how you analytically continue h, on which path.

W (and hence h) has a singularity at , so if you continue on different paths around , you possibly get different results (similar to the analytic continuation of the logarithm with singularity at 0).

Surely on another path/branch

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Edit: Perhaps its not at all "Surely", was just my conjecture.

Edit2: Now its not a conjecture anymore but regarded as nonsense XD, instead on another branch.