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International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
Volume 22, Issue 3, Pages 445-458

On the Ritt order and type of a certain class of functions defined by BE-Dirichletian elements

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Received 2 September 1997

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We introduce the notions of Ritt order and type to functions defined by the series n=1fn(σ+iτ0)exp(sλn),s=σ+iτ,(σ,τ)R×R(*) indexed by τ0 on R, where (λn)1 is a D-sequence and (fn)1 is a sequence of entire functions of bounded index with at most a finite number of zeros. By definition, the series are BE-Dirichletian elements. The notions of order and type of functions, defined by B-Dirichletian elements, are considered in [3, 4]. In this paper, using a technique similar to that used by M. Blambert and M. Berland [6], we prove the same properties of Ritt order and type for these functions.