Finite Type Transcendental Entire Functions Whose Buried Points Set Contains Unbounded Positive Real Interval

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Abstract

Let fμ(z)=z·ep(z)+μ with p(z) being real coefficient polynomial and it's leading coefficient be positive, μ∈R+, when p(z) and μ satisfy two certain conditions, buried point set of fμ(z) contains unbounded positive real interval.

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Guo, F. (2014) Finite Type Transcendental Entire Functions Whose Buried Points Set Contains Unbounded Positive Real Interval. Advances in Pure Mathematics, 4, 209-212. doi: 10.4236/apm.2014.45027.

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