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JTOnstead20

aka Jonathan Globustead

  • I live in Somewhere far, far along the number line
  • I was born on February 23
  • My occupation is Comparing numbers in different notations
  • I am Letters and Envelopes (Mail, get it?)
  • JTOnstead20

    T Notation

    November 6, 2016 by JTOnstead20

    Hello all! I have double/triple checked that this notation will work. I want you to find out its growth rate and ways to expand it. Thank you.


    T notation, or tower notation, is a way of expressing towers in different notations and ways. The form of the notation is n(t^x)y. The rules are as followed below:


    1. n(t)1 is always n

    2. n(t)y is defined as a set of an operation done n(t)y-1 amount of times. This builds a tower of y height.

    3. In n(t^x)y, if x=1, then cut out the x

    4. In n(t^2)y, the y tells you how many side towers to create. A side tower is defined as the following: lets say there is a tower with a value of G, where G can be defined with n(t)y. A single side tower of this particular tower G would have a height of G. A side tower of th…



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  • JTOnstead20

    I need your help in finding the expansion rate of various things in the following notation before I formally release it. I will release one bit of the notation at a time. I really appreciate your support and guidance:


    Recursive Recursion Function (RRF) is a fast growing function that will hopefully use the power of eventual domination to overpower some functions. It tries to accomplish this by an endless supply of recursion using the results from the previous iteration of the notation.   The StarThe star is the first portion of RRF and uses a simple recursion depending on the number it multiplies out to. Although RRF can be used on any function, exponentiation is a great way to begin as an introduction to the star. The simple definition is …


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  • JTOnstead20

    New Googolism Class

    October 23, 2016 by JTOnstead20

    Hello all! I was just wondering something about the list of googolisms. It extends from Class 0 to Uncomputable Numbers and stops at BIGFOOT. However, I would know if it is okay if I add a new class of numbers to the list after Uncomputable Numbers: the ordinals. This list would store all the ordinals (which are a lot bigger than all the other numbers!!!). Thank you for your consideration. A list, in order, will be provided below.


    Omega

    Epsilon

    Cantor

    Feferman-Schutte Ordinal

    Ackermann Ordinal

    Small Veblen Ordinal

    Large Veblen Ordinal

    Bachmann-Howard Ordinal

    First Psi Ordinal

    Takeuti-Feferman-Buchholz Ordinal

    Third Psi Ordinal

    Omega One Chess

    Church-Kleene Ordinal

    Infinite Time Turing Machine Ordinals

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  • JTOnstead20

    Hello all! This notation is still a work in progress on my website but I would like it if you could help me compare it to FGH or some other notation. That way I would know if I should edit the function's expansion rate. Thank you!


    Article Summary (but still read the passage below): Alpha notation, depending on the power level (eg. number of As) creates towers of Chain Notation in the same exact way that Chain notation creates towers of Arrow notation. Beta notation does the same with Alpha notation and so on through the Greek alphabet.


    Compound Recursion and Greek Notation (excerpt from the website at https://sites.google.com/site/jonathansgoogology/theories-and-misc/compound-recursion)

    Compounded recursion is one of the most important featur…



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  • JTOnstead20

    My Very Own WEBSITE!!!

    October 13, 2016 by JTOnstead20

    Now I have another outside source to talk to you about: MY VERY OWN WEBSITE. You can find it here:

    https://sites.google.com/site/jonathansgoogology/home

    I already added in my Hyper-L notation I talked about earlier with 95 new googolisms to go with it (but I still have yet to finish).

    Please look at the website and write your thoughts down in this blog's comments field. It would be a great help to me!

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