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    Alpha Spreadsheet q3.0

    February 7, 2019 by B1mb0w

    Javascript code for my Alpha Function based on my Quantum Function is available in Google Sheets.


    You are free to use and copy the code as you like. Version 2.0 of the Javascript code in Google Sheets is available here:

    Alpha Function Javascript



    I have started working on a new version. Here is some work in progress:

    \(\alpha(2.75) = Q(1,3) = 7\)

    \(\alpha(3.2) = Q^{2}(1,3_*) = 15\)

    \(\alpha(3.61) = Q^{3}(1,3_*) = 31\)

    \(\alpha(3.76) = Q^{Q(3)}(1,3_*) = 63\)

    \(\alpha(3.95) = Q^{Q^{2}(3)}(1,3_*) = 127\)

    \(\alpha(4.14) = Q^{Q^{3}(3)}(1,3_*) = 255\)

    \(\alpha(4.3) = Q(2,3) = 511\)

    \(\alpha(6.65) = Q^{3}(2,3_*)\)

    \(\alpha(8.714) = Q^{Q^{Q^{3}(3)}(1,3_*)}(2,3_*)\)

    \(\alpha(8.825) = Q(t_0(0),3)\)

    \(\alpha(9.55914) = Q(t_0(1),3)\)

    \(\alpha(10.39809) = Q(t_0(2),3)\…





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    Alpha Function Code q2.0

    January 10, 2019 by B1mb0w

    Javascript code for my Alpha Function based on my Quantum Function is available in Google Sheets.


    You are free to use and copy the code as you like. Version 2.0 of the Javascript code in Google Sheets is available here:

    Alpha Function Javascript

    This version replaces my previous Version 1.0 spreadsheet, but all versions are still available online.



    Some examples taken from the spreadsheet.


    \(\alpha(2) = Q(1,2) = 5\)

    \(\alpha(2.75) = Q^{2}(1,2_*) = 11\)

    \(\alpha(3.1) = Q^{Q(2)}(1,2_*) = 23\)

    \(\alpha(3.61) = Q^{Q^{2}(2)}(1,2_*) = 47\)

    \(\alpha(4.29) = Q(t_0(0),2) = 95\)

    \(\alpha(5.8721) = Q(Q(1,t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(8.825) = Q(Q(t_0(0),t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(11.3623) = Q(Q(Q^{t_0(0)}(t_0(0)),t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(15.2982) = Q(Q(Q(1,t_0(0)),t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\…






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    Alpha Function Code q1.0

    December 8, 2018 by B1mb0w

    Javascript code for my Alpha Function based on my Quantum Function is available in Google Sheets.


    You are free to use and copy the code as you like. Version 1.0 of the Javascript code in Google Sheets is available here:

    Alpha Function Javascript



    Some examples taken from the spreadsheet.

    \(\alpha(0) = 0\)

    \(\alpha(1) = 1\)

    \(\alpha(1.375) = 2\)

    \(\alpha(1.5) = Q(2) = 3\)

    \(\alpha(2) = Q(1,2) = 5\)

    \(\alpha(3.01) = Q^{Q^{2}(2)}(Q^{2}(1,2_*)) = Q^{4}(Q^{2}(1,2_*))\)

    \(\alpha(4.286) = Q(t_0(0),2)\)

    \(\alpha(4.3582) = Q^{Q^{Q^{2}(2)}(1,2_*)}(t_0(0),2_*)\)

    \(\alpha(4.3625) = Q(Q(t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(4.44) = Q(Q^{t_0(0)}(t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(4.605) = Q(Q(1,t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(4.9695) = Q(Q(t_0(0),t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\alpha(5.0687) = Q(Q(Q(t_0(0)),t_0(0)),2)\)

    \(\a…





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    This should be my final attempt to define the Alpha Function. This blog replaces my previous attempt that can be found here

    The difference in this new attempt is that the Alpha Function has been re-defined using my new Quantum Function which is the fastest growing function I have created.



    My motivation to create this function was to develop a finely grained number notation system for really big numbers. \(\alpha(2)\) for example can be used to reference the number 3. Therefore 2 is the Alpha Index for the number 3.

    The Alpha Function has one parameter: \(\alpha(r)\) where r is any real number. It is monotonically increasing and every input real \(a > b\), results in a larger output number, where \(\alpha(a) >= \alpha(b)\) in all cases. The fu…




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    Notation Extended

    December 8, 2018 by B1mb0w

    This blog extends the notation I use that is explained here.

    The extension allows the recursion parameter subscript \(*\) to be used within the parameter subscript brackets. This allows concise notation for strongly recursive functions.



    This example of Parameter Subscript Brackets is the basis of the first example of Recursion Subscript within the brackets:

    \(M(a,0_{[2]}) = M(a,0,0)\)

    Normally the Recursion Parameter Subscript in my notation is used to identify the parameter that is nested, as in this example:

    \(M^2(a,b_*) = M(a,M(a,b))\)

    Applying the Recursion subscript within the brackets significantly increases the scope of recursion by exploding the number of parameters (and therefore the amount of nested recursion required).

    \(M^2(a,0_{[*]})…




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