### Uniqueness of transcendental meromorphic functions with their nonlinear differential polynomials sharing the small function.

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The main purpose of this paper is to investigate the uniqueness of meromorphic functions that share two finite sets in the k-punctured complex plane. It is proved that there exist two sets S1, S2 with ♯S1 = 2 and ♯S2 = 5, such that any two admissible meromorphic functions f and g in Ω must be identical if EΩ(Sj, f) = EΩ(Sj, g)(j = 1,2).

In this paper, we study the relation between the deficiencies concerning a meromorphic function f(z), its derivative f′(z) and differential-difference monomials f(z)mf(z+c)f′(z), f(z+c)nf′(z), f(z)mf(z+c). The main results of this paper are listed as follows: Let f(z) be a meromorphic function of finite order satisfying lim sup r→+∞ T(r, f) T(r, f ′ ) <+∞, $$\underset{r\to +\infty}{lim\phantom{\rule{0.166667em}{0ex}}\mathrm{sup}}\frac{T(r,\phantom{\rule{0.166667em}{0ex}}f)}{T(r,\phantom{\rule{0.166667em}{0ex}}{f}^{\text{'}})}<+\infty ,$$ and c be a non-zero complex constant, then δ(∞, f(z)m f(z+c)f′(z))≥δ(∞, f′) and δ(∞,f(z+c)nf′(z))≥ δ(∞, f′). We also investigate the value...

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In this article, we study the uniqueness problem of meromorphic functions in m-punctured complex plane Ω and obtain that there exist two sets S1, S2 with ♯S1 = 2 and ♯S2 = 9, such that any two admissible meromorphic functions f and g in Ω must be identical if f, g share S1, S2 I M in Ω.

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Combining difference and q-difference equations, we study the properties of meromorphic solutions of q-shift difference equations from the point of view of value distribution. We obtain lower bounds for the Nevanlinna lower order for meromorphic solutions of such equations. Our results improve and extend previous theorems by Zheng and Chen and by Liu and Qi. Some examples are also given to illustrate our results.

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