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On the fixpoints of composite meromorphic functions and generalizations
Authors  Yang, CC
Zheng, JH 


Issue Date  1996  
Source  Journal d Analyse Mathematique , v. 68, 1996, p. 5993  
Summary  Let us begin with introducing the following fundamental notations and definition. Let f(z) be a transcendental function meromorphic in the complex plane. Throughout this paper, we denote by p(f), λ(f) and σ(f) the order, lower order of f(z), and exponent of convergence for its zeros, respectively and by E and F sets on the positive real axis with, respectively, finite linear measure and finite logarithmic measure, not necessarily the same at each occurrence. And we denote by S(r,f) a quantity S(r,f) = o(T(r,f)), as r → ∞, possible outside a set of finite linear measure. We say that a meromorphic function γ(z) is a small meromorphic function with respect to f(z), provided that T(r,γ) = S(r,f). Let g(z) be a transcendental entire function, or else meromorphic if f(z) is a rational function.  
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ISSN  00217670  
Rights  © 1996 The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Reproduced with permission.  
Language  English 

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