Geometric theory of meromorphic functions

@inproceedings{Eremenko2002GeometricTO,
  title={Geometric theory of meromorphic functions},
  author={Alexandre Eremenko},
  year={2002}
}
This is a survey of results on the following problem. Let X be a simply connected Riemann surface spread over the Riemann sphere. How are the properties of the uniformizing function of this surface related to the geometric properties of the surface? 2000 Mathematics Subject Classication: 30D30, 30D35, 30D45, 30F45. 
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