Regular iterate

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Regular iterate of some function \(T\), referred below as a transfer function, at its fixed point \(L\) is such iterate \(T^n\) that is regular at \(L\) even at non–integer values of \(n\).

In particular, for integen numbers \(m\) and \(n\!\ne\!0\), the regular iterate \(f=T^{m/n}\) is supposed to be fractional iterate of function \(T\), id est, for \(z\) in vicinity of point \(L\),

(1) \( ~ ~ ~ f^n(z)=T^m(z)\)

The regular iterate can be evaluated with regular iteration of the asymptotic expansion of the Abel function \(G\) in vicinity of \(L\) and corresponding expansion of the superfunction \(F=G^{-1}\), and iterative application of the Transfer equation in order to bring the argument of the superfunction to the range of values where the asymptotic expansion provides the required precision.


Abel equation, Abel function, Iteration of function, Superfunction, Schroeder equation, Schroeder function, Zooming equation, Zooming function