Some Results on L-Functions Related to Sharing Two Finite Sets
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In this article, we investigate the value distribution of L-functions in the (extended) Selberg class and establish two theorems which show how an L-function and a meromorphic function are uniquely determined by their sharing two finite sets. Our results answer a question of Lin and Lin (Filomat 30:3795–3806, 2016). Examples are also given in support of the accuracy of the results.
KeywordsL-function Nevanlinna theory Uniqueness Shared set
Mathematics Subject ClassificationPrimary 30D35 Secondary 30D30 11M06 11M36
The authors are grateful to the referee and the editor for their valuable suggestions and comments towards the improvement of the paper.
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