03/23/2015, 02:12 AM

Hey everyone, check out my paper! It's been written formal and rigorous, written in a purist complex analysis format. It's about the bounded analytic hyper operators, those with a base in between 1 and eta, and fractional iteration through the lens of fractional calculus. I've centered it around Ramanujan's master theorem, using this theorem as a base, but it gives some very advantageous results. I give an expression for \( \alpha [n] z \) when \( \alpha \in [1,e^{1/e}], z \in \mathbb{C} \) using ramanujan's master theorem. This is not as easy as it sounds off hand, but I do believe it's all been proved. I've uploaded it on arxiv, I've just been waiting for the conclusion of the wait period.

Thank you if you do read it, I really appreciate any support or comments or suggestions. I am trying to get this published, and I would have never been able to do this without the existence of this community. It has just knocked me on the head so many times that I finally eventually got the rigor and formality that my thoughts have now. I really hope this paper makes up for all my stupidities when I have posted here. This is really a big step lol.

Thank you if you do read it, I really appreciate any support or comments or suggestions. I am trying to get this published, and I would have never been able to do this without the existence of this community. It has just knocked me on the head so many times that I finally eventually got the rigor and formality that my thoughts have now. I really hope this paper makes up for all my stupidities when I have posted here. This is really a big step lol.