To solve the problem I always used a kind of fake second derivative.

So g''(h_n) becomes min[g(h_n + x)/(h_n + x)^2].

I also consider iterations Done infinitely often.

I call this method 25.

Method 9 = S9 = post 9 no rescaling.

Method 16 = gaussian.

9,16,25 makes sence

Also that's An old idea occuring to me around post 25.

Iterating method 25 seems interesting.

Stating that in terms of contour integrals that are practical to compute is another thing ! But im thinking about " conjecture C " ...

Regards

Tommy1729

So g''(h_n) becomes min[g(h_n + x)/(h_n + x)^2].

I also consider iterations Done infinitely often.

I call this method 25.

Method 9 = S9 = post 9 no rescaling.

Method 16 = gaussian.

9,16,25 makes sence

Also that's An old idea occuring to me around post 25.

Iterating method 25 seems interesting.

Stating that in terms of contour integrals that are practical to compute is another thing ! But im thinking about " conjecture C " ...

Regards

Tommy1729