### Linear differential polynomials sharing three values with weights.

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We prove a uniqueness theorem for meromorphic functions involving linear differential polynomials generated by them. As consequences of the main result we improve some previous results.

We prove a uniqueness theorem for meromorphic functions involving differential polynomials which improves some previous results and provides a better answer to a question of C. C. Yang.

In the paper we prove a uniqueness theorem for meromorphic functions which provides an answer to a question of H. X. Yi.

We prove a normality criterion for a family of meromorphic functions having multiple zeros which involves sharing of a non-zero value by the product of functions and their linear differential polynomials.

We prove some normality criteria for a family of meromorphic functions and as an application we prove a value distribution theorem for a differential polynomial.

We prove a result on the uniqueness of meromorphic functions sharing three values with weights and as a consequence of this result we improve a recent result of W. R. Lü and H. X. Yi.

The problem of uniqueness of an entire or a meromorphic function when it shares a value or a small function with its derivative became popular among the researchers after the work of Rubel and Yang (1977). Several authors extended the problem to higher order derivatives. Since a linear differential polynomial is a natural extension of a derivative, in the paper we study the uniqueness of a meromorphic function that shares one small function CM with a linear differential polynomial, and prove the...

In the paper we deal with the uniqueness of meromorphic functions when two non-linear differential polynomials generated by two meromorphic functions share a small function.

We study the uniqueness of entire functions which share a value or a function with their first and second derivatives.

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