names of functions
y.kohmoto
zbi74583 at boat.zero.ad.jp
Sat Apr 19 05:05:25 CEST 2003
Hello, Don McDonald
Thanks for your answer, but sometimes I don't understand well the reason
of your additional message for my questions.
What is a relationship between the questions and your sequence?
>What is K-sequence, perhaps kohmoto?
Here is an example of K-sequence at the end of this mail.
to seqfans :
No one told me the names of functions:
>a function which chooses p power in the factorization of n :
>n=product p_i^r_i -> f_p (n)=p^r , where p=p_i, r=r_i
>ex. f_3 (720)=f_3 (2^4*3^2*5)=3^2 , f_7 (15)=1
>a function which deletes p power in the factorization of n :
>n=product p_i^r_i -> g_p (n)=n/p^r , where p=p_i, r=r_i
>ex. g_3 (720)=g_3 (2^4*3^2*5)=2^4*5 , g_7 (15)=15
Does it mean they don't exist?
If so, let's give them names.
fac_p (n) = p^r, where p^r is the highest power of p dividing n.
cof_p (n) = n/p^r, where p^r is the highest power of p dividing n.
I use this useful function for describing a K-sequence.
x(0)=2443499297
x(n) = cof_2 ([2.00014*x(n-1)+3.0])
The 68 terms from 0-th to 67-th are represented as follows.
x(n) = 6*n^2+171040*n+2443499297
It is strange, isn't it?
Yasutoshi
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