We could use Cantor's
Attic ( http://cantorsattic.info/Cantor%27s_Attic ) It's
a great wiki, primarily about set theory but the "Parlour" section
is about Googology Nobody is editing it anymore, it's been dead for
years

Right now GWiki feels
more like a wiki about googological numbers C.A.'s "Parlour" could
be used as a wiki solely about functions/notations, with only some
significant numbers mentioned in the articles

For example, we could
have a page on Sbiis' notation with only numbers like graatagold
being mentioned (for being the smallest of Sbiis' numbers greater
then Graham's number)

There would however
be no reason for, say, "Bigrand Enormaquaxul" to be mentioned at
all anywhere on C.A., the Googology wikia being theâ€¦

1) Polynomial Shift Sequences
http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2003-June/006781.html Theorem 3
provides an e0-recursive function that >* all f_a(n) for a

This is my C program for solving BEAF's linar arrays!

int solve_linear_array(int array[], int size) { assert(size >= 0
&& array);
if (size == 0) { return 1; }
/* * "what if he gives you an array smaller than what "size" says
it is?" * world peace happen. (and the program crashes, of course)
*/
/* {a} = a; */ if (size == 1) { return array[0]; }
if (size == 2) { while (array[1]--) { array[0] *= array[0]; }
return array[0]; }
int i, j; for (i = 2 ; i < size && array[i] == 1 ;
i++); for (j = 2 ; j < i ; j++) { array[j] = array[0];
}
int *narray = calloc(size,â€¦