Tetration.org has now been online for six years. In that time a revolution in tetration
research has occurred. Ioannis Galidakis has published a number of papers on tetration and a
growing community of talented mathematicians collaborates on tetration research through sci.math.research and the Tetration Forum.
This site greatly benefits from extensive links to the two following sites:
The following sites have been invaluable in the resources that they provide:
I would like to express my deep gratitude to the following people:
- Dean Gooch at SRJC's math department for teaching me how to be a real mathematician, as well as many other things, and single handedly improving my view of academia.
- Michael Somos for feedback on my web site and insightful correspondences.
- Stephen Wolfram at Wolfram Research for conversations on the connection between tetration and dynamics, for his work in general, and for Mathematica. His vision of a unified dynamics has been the inspiration for my own work in dynamics.
- Leif Smith at Pattern Research for numerous conversations and support over the years.
- Gregory Henschel at the Department of Education's Institute of Educational Sciences. Although his contributions to this project of three decades are different from my own, I consider them of equal importance.