Uniqueness Theorems for Rational Functions


In his book on the theory of meromorphic functions, R. Nevanlinna proved a number of "uniqueness theorems." The most important of them states that if two functions w=f(x) and w = g(x), meromorphic in the whole x-plane, assume five values of w (finite or infinite) at the same points x they must be identical. If we understand by the distribution of a function… (More)


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@inproceedings{Herzog2007UniquenessTF, title={Uniqueness Theorems for Rational Functions}, author={Fritz Herzog and Rolf Nevanlinna}, year={2007} }