linear part
y.kohmoto
zbi74583 at boat.zero.ad.jp
Fri Apr 25 03:19:41 CEST 2003
[rough sketch of how it generates a linear sequence]
LLI is defined as follows.
a(n)=cof_2 ([(2+e)*a(n-1)+B]) ,
cof_2 (n) = n/2^r , 2^r is the highest power of 2
dividing n.
0<e<0.01 , B is a real number
d(a(n))=a(n)-a(n-1)
=cof_2 ([2*a(n-1)+e*a(n-1)+B])-a(n-1)
If fac_2 ([2*a(n-1)+e*a(n-1)+B]) = 2 then
=[a(n-1)+e/2*a(n-1)+B/2]-a(n-1)
=[e/2*a(n-1)+B/2]
fac_2 (n) = 2^r , 2^r is the highest power of 2
dividing n.
If e/2 is small enough then [e/2*a(n-1)] becomes almost constant.
So,
=C
It means LLI has linear subsequences.
LLI is an abbreviation of "a lot of linear parts which are isolated each
other".
K is for "kimyo" which means strange in Japanese
Yastoshi
http://boat.zero.ad.jp/~zbi74583/another02.htm
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