03/30/2023, 04:04 PM

It is well known that the map of \[(e^\frac{1}{e})^x\] behaves differently, it displays parabolic tetration or iteration. It is also a polynomial. It seems that each hyperoperator has a parabolic value where it is a polynomial. I'm trying to figure out if one can move from one parabolic value to the parabolic value of the succeeding hyperoperator.

Daniel