Typical results when attempting to compute n {{{{1}}}} m

refers to the function \(a\ \{\{\{\{1\}\}\}\}\ b = \{a,b,1,4\}\), using BEAF.[1]

In the fast-growing hierarchy, \(f_{\omega3+1}(n)\) is comparable to the growth rate of detonation.

In chained arrow notation, the notation expands similarly to \(a \rightarrow a \rightarrow a \rightarrow a \rightarrow b \rightarrow 1\).

Sources Edit

  1. Array Notation by Jonathan Bowers

See also Edit

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