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Factorial Superfactorials

Clifford Pickover in his 1995 book Keys to Infinity used a new notation, n$, to define the superfactorial.

Factorial Superfactorials is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Factorial Superfactorials books and related discussion.

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Stokes's phenomenon for superfactorial asymptotic seriesi
a slightly more general form than in the factorial case.
Superfunctions and sqrt of Factorial
Key words: sqrt of Factorial, superfunction, SuperFactorial, inverse problem. DOI: 10.3103/S0027134910010029.
On the Clique-Width of Graphs in Hereditary Classes
constitute discrete layers.
RATIONALS FROM IRRATIONALS 1. n-Expofactorial numbers 1-1
the factorial n! raised n! times to the power of n!
Clique-width and the speed of hereditary properties

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Superfactorial - definition of Superfactorial by the Free Online
fac·to·ri·al (f k-tôr - l, -t r -). n. The product of all the positive integers from 1 to a given number: 4 factorial, usually written 4!
Factorial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Superfactorial -- from Wolfram MathWorld
Aug 29, 2011 SEE ALSO: Barnes G-Function, Bell Number, Factorial, Hyperfactorial, Large Number, Subfactorial, Vandermonde Determinant.
Stokes's phenomenon for superfactorial asymptotic seriesi
a slightly more general form than in the factorial case.
All about factorial notation n!
Superfactorials. The superfactorial of n, written as n$ (the $ should really be a factorial sign ! with an S superimposed) has been defined as.

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