Array notation is a kind of notation for large numbers. Comparing to combinatoric functions, array notation has more complex definition, but easier to evaluate. We’ve known some array notations, such as Bowers’ exploding array function (BEAF), Bird’s array notation (BAN), extensible-E system (ExE), and hyperfactorial array notation (HAN).
Here I bring a strong array notation, and it goes far away from the notations mentioned above. It’s made up of several parts shown below.
- Linear array notation (LAN)
- Extended array notation (exAN)
- Expanding array notation (EAN)
- Multiple expanding array notation (mEAN)
- Primary dropping array notation (pDAN)
- Secondary dropping array notation (sDAN)
- Dropping array notation (DAN)
These 5 parts don’t work.
- Nested dropper array notation (NDAN)
- Dropper-expanding notation (DEN)
- Multiple dropper-expanding notation (mDEN)
- Second-order dropper-expanding notation (soDEN)
- Higher-order dropper-expanding notation (hoDEN)
After fixing the problem in NDAN, we have these parts.