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meromorphic

(ˌmɛrəʊˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
(Mathematics) designating or relating to a function that is analytic in a given domain except for a number of isolated singularities or poles
Translations
méromorphe
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lt; 0], and, using this, proved the meromorphic continuation of [zeta](w, s) to the whole w-plane.
Thus, further analysis is very similar to that of the linear case except that the coefficients of the vectors are now meromorphic functions in independent system variables and not real numbers as in the linear theory.
For this, we propose to focus on the, still very much unexplored, interactions of derived algebraic geometry with an extremely rich domain: singularity theory (to be understood in a broad sense, possibly in positive and mixed characteristics, but also singularities of meromorphic flat connections and of constructible sheaves).
They cover differential geometry and mathematical physics; distributions, Fourier transforms, and micro-local analysis; C*-algebras; special functions; non-commutative differential geometry; mathematical problems of general relativity; and the value distribution of meromorphic functions.
Keywords and Phrases: Uniqueness, meromorphic function, non-linear differential polynomial.
Removable singularities of analytic and meromorphic functions of several complex variables.
Jahangiri, Coefficient estimates for a class of meromorphic bi-univalent functions, C.
Some properties of meromorphic solutions of q-difference equations J.
Biswas, "On relative type of entire and meromorphic functions," Advances in Applied Mathematical Analysis, vol.
On dependence of meromorphic functions Manabu SHIROSAKI sharing some finite sets IM Communicated by Masaki KASHIWARA, M.
The (matrixvalued) residue of a meromorphic matrix-valued function G(s) at a point A [member of] C is denoted as res[G(s), [lambda]].
They are meromorphic on the disc [absolute value of t] < [sigma] where [sigma] = [square root of 2] - 1 [approximately equal to] 0.