This Note illustrates how even simple mappings often hide a non-intuitive inner richness. The functions exp(z) and its inverse log(z), for example, despite their apparent ‘uneventful smoothness’, define two denumerable sets of complex constants, namely the fixed points of the exponential mappings exp(z) and -exp(z). We analyze these two sets, including algorithms for their computation.
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Sykora S., Fixed points of the mappings exp(z) and -exp(z) in C,
Stan's Library, Vol.VI, Oct 2016, DOI: 10.3247/SL6Math16.002 .
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