Uniqueness of differential q-shift difference polynomials of entire functions


In this paper, we prove the uniqueness theorems of differential q-shift difference polynomials of transcendental entire functions.

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Mathai, M.M., Manjalapur, V.V. Uniqueness of differential q-shift difference polynomials of entire functions. J Anal (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41478-020-00299-x

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  • differential q-shift difference
  • logarithmic order
  • meromorphic function
  • Nevanlinna theory.

Mathematics Subject Classification

  • MSC 30D35
  • MSC 39A05