Uniqueness of entire functions and fixed points

Volume 97 / 2010

Xiao-Guang Qi, Lian-Zhong Yang Annales Polonici Mathematici 97 (2010), 87-100 MSC: 30D35, 30D20. DOI: 10.4064/ap97-1-7

Abstract

Let $f$ and $g$ be entire functions, $n,$ $k$ and $m$ be positive integers, and $\lambda $, $\mu $ be complex numbers with $|\lambda |+|\mu | \not =0$. We prove that $(f^{n}(z)(\lambda f^{m}(z)+\mu ))^{(k)}$ must have infinitely many fixed points if $n \geq k +2$; furthermore, if $ (f^{n}(z)(\lambda f^{m}(z)+\mu ))^{(k)}$ and $(g^{n}(z)(\lambda g^{m}(z)+\mu ))^{(k)}$ have the same fixed points with the same multiplicities, then either $f\equiv cg$ for a constant $c$, or $f$ and $g$ assume certain forms provided that $n>2k+m^{*}+4,$ where $m^*$ is an integer that depends only on $\lambda .$

Authors

  • Xiao-Guang QiSchool of Mathematics
    Shandong University
    Jinan, Shandong, 250100, P.R. China
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  • Lian-Zhong YangSchool of Mathematics
    Shandong University
    Jinan, Shandong, 250100, P.R. China
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