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    Gradient Criterion

    Hi,

    Am I right in thinking that if any value falls in between the interval of attraction it will converge the the attracting point? Even if it is not the first?

    So, if we say I(-2,2) Then we start the sequence at say -10, by the fifth sequence the value is 1, do we know after that where the sequence is going always? So towards the attracting point?

    Thanks for any help,

    -Mark.
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    What if the value would be -2 or 2, so on the limit, would that be enough to send it to the attracting point?
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