10/20/2007, 07:57 PM

However, the new function described above is equivalent to:

which is very interesting, since it's in the orbit from -1 of an exponential, instead of tetration, which is the orbit from 1.

Andrew Robbins

which is very interesting, since it's in the orbit from -1 of an exponential, instead of tetration, which is the orbit from 1.

Andrew Robbins