05-18   Berichtsreihe des Mathematischen Seminars der Universität Kiel

Walter Bergweiler:

Bloch's principle

A heuristic principle attributed to Bloch says that a family of functions meromorphic (or holomorphic) in a domain and possessing a certain property is likely to be normal if there is no nonconstant function meromorphic (holomorphic) in the plane which has this property. We give a survey of results that have been obtained in connection with this principle, with emphasis on properties relating to exceptional values of derivatives and to fixed points and periodic points.

Bibliographical note: Comput. Methods Funct. Theory 6, 77-108 (2006)

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