On the maximum points and deviations of meromorphic minimal surfaces

A. Kowalski, I. I. Marchenko
School of Mathematics, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland; Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Szczecin, Poland
We provide an upper estimate of the magnitude of deviation for a meromorphic minimal surface of finite lower order. The estimate is given in terms of the number of separated maximum points of the norm of the surface. The examples showing that this estimate is sharp are also presented.
meromorphic minimal surfaces; maximum modulus point; subharmonic function; Nevanlinna theory
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