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Let $\mathbb{K}$ be a complete algebraically closed $p$-adic field of characteristic zero. We apply results in algebraic geometry and a new Nevanlinna theorem for $p$-adic meromorphic functions in order to prove results of uniqueness in value sharing problems, both on $\mathbb{K}$ and on $\mathbb{C}$. Let $P$ be a polynomial of uniqueness for meromorphic functions in $\mathbb{K}$ or $\mathbb{C}$ or in an open disk. Let $f$, $g$ be two transcendental meromorphic functions in the whole field $\mathbb{K}$ or in $\mathbb{C}$ or meromorphic functions in an open disk of $\mathbb{K}$ that are not quotients of bounded analytic functions. We show that if $f'P'(f)$ and $g'P'(g)$ share a small function $\alpha$ counting multiplicity, then $f=g$, provided that the multiplicity order of zeros of $P'$ satisfy certain inequalities. A breakthrough in this paper consists of replacing inequalities $n\geq k+2$ or $n\geq k+3$ used in previous papers by Hypothesis (G). In the $p$-adic context, another consists of giving a lower bound for a sum of $q$ counting functions of zeros with $(q-1)$ times the characteristic function of the considered meromorphic function.

}, issn = {1573-8175}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4208/ata.2014.v30.n1.4}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/ata/4473.html} }Let $\mathbb{K}$ be a complete algebraically closed $p$-adic field of characteristic zero. We apply results in algebraic geometry and a new Nevanlinna theorem for $p$-adic meromorphic functions in order to prove results of uniqueness in value sharing problems, both on $\mathbb{K}$ and on $\mathbb{C}$. Let $P$ be a polynomial of uniqueness for meromorphic functions in $\mathbb{K}$ or $\mathbb{C}$ or in an open disk. Let $f$, $g$ be two transcendental meromorphic functions in the whole field $\mathbb{K}$ or in $\mathbb{C}$ or meromorphic functions in an open disk of $\mathbb{K}$ that are not quotients of bounded analytic functions. We show that if $f'P'(f)$ and $g'P'(g)$ share a small function $\alpha$ counting multiplicity, then $f=g$, provided that the multiplicity order of zeros of $P'$ satisfy certain inequalities. A breakthrough in this paper consists of replacing inequalities $n\geq k+2$ or $n\geq k+3$ used in previous papers by Hypothesis (G). In the $p$-adic context, another consists of giving a lower bound for a sum of $q$ counting functions of zeros with $(q-1)$ times the characteristic function of the considered meromorphic function.

*Analysis in Theory and Applications*.

*30*(1). 51-81. doi:10.4208/ata.2014.v30.n1.4