Writing about a function. Help me understand function iteration notation
I have a kind of weird assignment. I have the following function:
g(x) = αg²(x/α)
Where g² apparently should be interpreted as the second iteration and not g squared. My assignment is to write as much as possible about this function and it's properties. The lecture was loosely connected to chaos, dynamical systems and the logistic function but I was told that it could be "solved" without knowing anything about dynamical systems or what was said during the lecture.
I have some trouble understanding the notation. Is there anyway to rewrite in a normal IMHO more understandable form? Is g²(x) = g(g(x)) ?
Where should I begin? Can someone help me by at least pointing me in the right direction by letting me know how and if it can be rewritten?
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