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It is the Policy of Cornell University actively to support equality of educational and employment opportunity. No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination committed to the maintenance of affirmative action programs which will assure the continuation… (More)
Using the notion of weakly weighted sharing we prove two uniqueness theorems concerning meromorphic functions sharing a small function with their derivatives, the first of which will improve all the results recently obtained by Lin-Lin  and thus provide a better answer to the questions posed by Yu  in this regard. Also with the aid of a recently… (More)
In this paper we continue the study of the concepts of pairwise Borel and Baire measures in a bispace, recently introduced in . We investigate some of its consequences including the problem of a pairwise regular Borel extension of a pairwise Baire measure.
In the paper, with the aid of weighted sharing we investigate the uniqueness problems of meromorphic functions concerning differential polynomials that share one value and prove three uniqueness results which rectify, improve and supplement some recent results of .
Given the limited pool of donor organs, accurate predictions of survival on the wait list and post-transplantation are crucial for cardiac transplantation decisions and policy. However, current clinical risk scores do not yield accurate predictions. We develop a new methodology (ToPs – Trees of Predictors) built on the principle that specific predictors… (More)
In this paper we find out the specific form of a meromorphic function when a generalized linear expression of the function share a small function with its k-th derivative counterpart. Our result will improve and generalize a few existing results, especially that of Zhang and Yang [J. L. Zhang and L. Z. Yang, A power of a meromorphic function sharing a small… (More)