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The ultronplex is equal to $$u_{ultron,ultron}$$.[1]

1. Define $$u_{0,1}$$ as $$h_{ultron}(10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10)$$, using the hyperlicious function.
2. Define $$u_{x,1}$$ as $$h_{ultron}(\underbrace{10,10,\ldots,10,10}_{u_{x - 1,1}})$$.
3. Define $$u_{0,2}$$ as $$\underbrace{u_{u_{u_{\ddots_{ultron,1}},1},1}}_{10 \text{ copies of } u}$$.
4. Define $$u_{x,2}$$ as $$\underbrace{u_{u_{u_{\ddots_{ultron,1}},1},1}}_{u_{x - 1,2} \text{ copies of } u}$$.
5. Define $$u_{0,3}$$ as $$\underbrace{u_{u_{u_{\ddots_{ultron,2}},2},2}}_{10 \text{ copies of } u}$$.
6. Define $$u_{x,3}$$ as $$\underbrace{u_{u_{u_{\ddots_{ultron,2}},2},2}}_{u_{x - 1,3} \text{ copies of } u}$$.
7. Continuing this process, the ultronplex is $$u_{ultron,ultron}$$.

The ultronplex is comparable to $$f_{\omega2}(ultron)$$

### Sources Edit

1. Aarex's Large Numbers