Googolpliation is Andre Joyce's name for the mathematical operation, g(g(2, 50, 100), a, b) just above googolation, g(g(2, 50, 100) - 1, a, b). In Ackermann's Generalized Exponentialization notation, the operation is a number lower that the name implies. Tetration is indicated by a 3, pentation by a 4, and so on, so that it was necessary to differentiate googolation from the next higher operation, which was actually more easily represented in AGE, by adding the infix, -pli-, for "plus one".Googolpliation is Andre Joyce's name for the mathematical operation, g(g(2, 50, 100), n, n) just above googolation, g(g(2, 50, 100) - 1, a, b). In Ackermann's Generalized Exponentialization notation, the operation is a number lower that the name implies. Tetration is indicated by a 3, pentation by a 4, and so on, so that it was necessary to differentiate googolation from the next higher operation, which was actually more easily represented in AGE, by adding the infix, -pli-, for "plus one".

Similarly the operation just below googolation he named googolminiation, g(g(2, 50, 100) - 2, a, b, ) using the antonymous -mini- for "minus one", not to be confused with the higher operation googolmiation, g(g(2, 951, 1902), a, b).