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    One of the highest ranking selections for tetration on Google is the following Mathoverflow question - . This question was closed as not being a proper question and has only one answer that is not very helpful. Could someone please delete the question? Thanks.
    • CommentAuthorquid
    • CommentTimeFeb 14th 2013

    In view of OP's request and having looked over the question and the related old meta-thread, I cast the first vote to delete.

    • CommentAuthorWill Jagy
    • CommentTimeFeb 14th 2013 edited
    Cast second vote. Sorry that did not work out better for you, Daniel.

    EDIT: deleted now, within a few seconds of my vote.
    • CommentAuthorTeo B
    • CommentTimeFeb 14th 2013
    Vanished indeed, and in Google's cache you can't see much (at least on my screen), except of course for AK's unmistakable gravatar :)
    Thanks Will. I asked the question soon after joining Mathoverflow, before I had a gut sense of what was appropriate. The discussions on Mathoverflow a couple of years ago did serve to get the tetration and fractional iteration folks on the same page, so that was a victory. I can now hazard a guess that the answer to my questions is that it comes down to the convergence of different fractionally iterated functions.
    Teo, I had to check because I didn't recall ever going into that question. :-)