(1) The numerical value of cosmic parameter

The
results computed by using formulae of the outmost layer are listed in Table 2.
Where _{
}
is value in agreement with optimal
fitting curve. Several restrictions
have been advanced to lessen limits of selection.

1)
There is M_{VT} =
7-10M_{L} at galactic
center^{[6]}, therefore

1.4 < ρ < 2.0

2)
a < 4 [C.Misner 1973]; r_{s}
> 4.

3)
Maximum value of Hubble constant is 95 [Van den Bergh], it coincide with
H_{max} in this
theory, then

H < 77

4) As redshift distance reduced, we have

｜_{
}
｜
< 20.3

5)
Suppose Z_{max} >
5

Thus we obtain Table 3. It can be see from Table 2 and Table 3 that the reasonable limit is

H = 65 - 70 M = 0.9 - 1.2

a = 3.5 - 3.7 ρ = 1.6 - 2.0

We
may chose some group of parameter according to the viewpoint of self. The group
which I have picked out is

H
= 68
ρ = 1.75 M
= 1.0

a = 3.59 μ = 0.402

The results computing other parameter were written in Table 1.