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On the composition of a prime transcendental function and a prime polynomial

Authors Ng, Tuen-Wai
Yang, Chung-Chun HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Issue Date 2000
Source Pacific journal of mathematics , v. 193, (1), 2000, p. 131-141
Summary Let f, g be transcendental entire functions and p, q be nonlinear polynomials with deg p not equal 3,6. Suppose that f and p are prime and f(p(z)) = g(q(z)), then f = g circle L and p = L-1 circle q, where L is a linear polynomial. Similar results for p(f(z)) = q(g(z)) are also obtained.
ISSN 0030-8730
Language English
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