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NOTES ON NORMAL FAMILIES OF MEROMORPHIC FUNCTIONS SHARING A SET WITH THEIR DERIVATIVES
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NOTES ON NORMAL FAMILIES OF MEROMORPHIC FUNCTIONS SHARING A SET WITH THEIR DERIVATIVES
Li, Xiao-Min; Yi, Hong-Xun; Wang, Kai-Mei;
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 Abstract
We study the normality of families of meromorphic functions sharing a set consisting of two or three distinct finite values to improve and extend Theorem 1 in Liu-Pang [15] and Theorem 1.1 in Liu-Chang [16]. Examples are provided to show that the results in this paper, in a sense, are the best possible.
 Keywords
meromorphic functions;shared values;shared sets;normal families;
 Language
English
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