01/11/2015, 02:32 PM

Thanks and happy new year to you.

1- From italy the site is available. Anyways congratulations for the richness of the website, is really great. Even if, given my poor knowledge of the sophisticated analisys methods used there, I can't understand half of the contenents seems really really interesting, and plots look amazing!

2-About Pentation: l have to notice that long ago, in 2006, Rubtsov and Romerio [1] were able to compute a first approximation of the fixed point . Their first approximation where denoted by and (where pent is computed using their approximation).

4 - Sorry but I cant help you, I'm just an amateur mathematician

PS: The way you plot function is really nice, is the same way one draws geographical map using contour lines! Is a common method to plot complex functions?

[1] Rubtsov, Romerio - Notes on Hyper-Operations, Progress Report -NKS forum III, Final review 3, 2006.

http://math.eretrandre.org/tetrationforu...hp?aid=222

1- From italy the site is available. Anyways congratulations for the richness of the website, is really great. Even if, given my poor knowledge of the sophisticated analisys methods used there, I can't understand half of the contenents seems really really interesting, and plots look amazing!

2-About Pentation: l have to notice that long ago, in 2006, Rubtsov and Romerio [1] were able to compute a first approximation of the fixed point . Their first approximation where denoted by and (where pent is computed using their approximation).

4 - Sorry but I cant help you, I'm just an amateur mathematician

PS: The way you plot function is really nice, is the same way one draws geographical map using contour lines! Is a common method to plot complex functions?

[1] Rubtsov, Romerio - Notes on Hyper-Operations, Progress Report -NKS forum III, Final review 3, 2006.

http://math.eretrandre.org/tetrationforu...hp?aid=222

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