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Topic: Iteration formula transformation
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Gottfried Helms

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Re: Iteration formula transformation
Posted: Feb 11, 2009 11:03 AM
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Am 11.02.2009 15:50 schrieb Matt:
>> but how do you find the derivative of f^n(x) wrt to n
>> without having the fractional iterate before?

> You don't. I don't claim that this formula helps to find the
> fractional iterate in the first place.

I see.

> iterates. All the formula does is provide a mechanical way of
> transforming a known f^n(x) into the form f^n(x) = phi^-1(n + phi(x)).

Yes, got it. Thanks!


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