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Uniqueness theorems for meromorphic inner functions

@inproceedings{Hatinouglu2021UniquenessTF,
  title={Uniqueness theorems for meromorphic inner functions},
  author={Burak Hatinouglu},
  year={2021}
}
We prove some uniqueness problems for meromorphic inner functions on the upper half-plane. In these problems we consider spectral data depending partially or fully on the spectrum, derivative values at the spectrum, Clark measure or the spectrum of the negative of a meromorphic inner function. 

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