- Published 1999

Let P be complex projective space of dimension m, π : Cm+1\{0} → P the standard projection and M ⊂ P a closed subset (with respect to the usual topology of a real manifold of dimension 2m). A hypersurface in P is the projection of the set of zeros of a non-constant homogeneous form in m+ 1 variables. Let n be a positive integer. Consider a set of hypersurfaces {Hj} j=1 with the property M ∩ ⋂ j∈I Hj = ∅ for every I ⊂ {1, . . . , 2n+ 1}, |I| = n+ 1. (1)

@inproceedings{Eremenko1999APT,
title={A Picard type theorem for holomorphic curves∗},
author={Alexandre Eremenko},
year={1999}
}