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By Risto Korhonen, Ilpo Laine, Kazuya Tohge

ISBN-10: 9814632791

ISBN-13: 9789814632799

This can be the 1st textbook-type presentation of tropical worth distribution concept. It offers an in depth creation of the tropical model of the Nevanlinna thought, describing development and price distribution research of constant, piecewise genuine functionality at the genuine axis. The publication additionally comprises purposes of this thought to ultra-discrete equations. 3 appendices are given to match the contents of the speculation with the classical opposite numbers in advanced analysis

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Page 26 February 9, 2015 15:6 BC: 9379 - Tropical Value Distribution Theory Tropical polynomials, rationals and exponentials tropical 27 In order to see what happens if α ≤ −1, resp. −1 < β < 0, consider first, as an example, the case eβ (x) with β = −1/2, see Fig. 8, and take a = −1 < 0. Then the roots of eβ (x) ⊕ a are the same as those of eβ (x) for all x = 2j + 1 > 0, while for x = 2j + 1 < 0, each such root of eβ (x), having multiplicity β 2j (1 − β), splits into two roots of eβ (x) ⊕ a, with the sum of their multiplicities being equal to β 2j (1 − β), see Fig.

This is a necessary and sufficient condition on f (x) to be normalized tropical entire and transcendental. 3. Let {sn}n∈N be the sequence of positive numbers given by 1 sn+1 − sn = n+1 with s1 = 1, that is, n−1 sn = k=0 1 k+1 (n ∈ N). Consider an infinite tropical series ∞ (−n + sn ) ⊗ x⊗sn = max{ −n + sn + sn x : n = 0, 1, 2, . . } n=0 with s0 = 0. 2. For any r (n ≤ r < n + 1), we have f (r) = −n + sn + sn r and thus log M (r, f ) = log r + log log r + O(1) (r → +∞), which implies lim r→+∞ log M (r, f ) = 1.

15) is maximally represented in the sense by Tsai [106]. 15) is then in the compact form as defined in Chapter 1. Note that for our discussions, it is necessary that the max-plus series expansion should include only the essential terms so that they indeed contribute to the expression. g. [95]. It seems natural here that there might be some possible relations between f (x) and f • (p), when both of them are tropical entire functions. By definition, for sj−1 < p < sj , the function f (x) − px of the variable x attains its minimum, when and only when x = rj , and therefore f • (p) = − f (rj ) − prj = prj − f (rj ) = prj − (sj rj + cj ) = (p − sj )rj − cj .

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