##### Title: Growth Analysis of Functions Analytic in the Unit Polydisc

##### Pages: 68-80

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Sanjib Kumar Datta, Tanmay Biswas, Soumen Kanti Deb, Growth Analysis of Functions Analytic in the Unit Polydisc, Int. J. Anal. Appl., 5 (1) (2014), 68-80.#### Abstract

In this paper we study some growth properties of composite functions analytic in the unit polydisc. Some results related to the generalised n variables based p-th Nevanlinna order (generalised n variables based p-th Nevanlinna lower order) and the generalised n variables based p-th Nevanlinna relative order (generalised n variables based p-th Nevanlinna relative lower order) of an analytic function with respect to an entire function are established in this paper where n and p are any two positive integers. In fact in this paper we extend some results of [3] and [4].

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