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comment Efficient dynamic summation of list of numbers?
Thanks @Goldy; pretty sure that's what I was looking for :)
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comment Efficient dynamic summation of list of numbers?
If it is needed to reduce complexity; a third auxiliary structure $S_2$ can also be introduced holding the reverse sum; i.e.: $S_2=[S_0[k-1]+S_0[k-2], S_1[0]+S_0[k-3] +\cdots$]
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answered Translating code into mathematical formula: conditionals
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comment Translating code into mathematical formula: conditionals
I have received this solution over IRC, it is useful but being able to more explicitly do an if elif type thing would be better: $$ d1 = myset_1, d0 = myset_0, dnp1 = \sum_{i >= 2} myset_i $$
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comment Super logarithmic inverse of tetration
+1 and accepted. Thanks for your help
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comment Super logarithmic inverse of tetration
Apologies, it's 4AM here. Only after rereading your answer did I realise you were talking about super roots on the same paragraph that you discussed super logarithms.
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comment Super logarithmic inverse of tetration
Thanks Andrew, I think that helped solve my problem. One question though: you mentioned that the inverse of $\bf{^2}{x}$ to be the 2$^{nd}$ super-root of $x$. Would my $\bf{slog^x_2}$ still satisfy?
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