In this article, we prove that there are at most two meromorphic mappings of $\mathbb C^m$ into $\mathbb P^n(\mathbb C)\ (n\geqslant 2)$ sharing $2n+2$ hyperplanes in general position regardless of multiplicity, where all zeros with multiplicities more than certain values do not need to be counted. We also show that if three meromorphic mappings $f^1,f^2,f^3$ of $\mathbb C^m$ into $\mathbb P^n(\mathbb C)\ (n\geqslant 5)$ share $2n+1$ hyperplanes in general position with truncated multiplicity then the map $f^1\times f^2\times f^3$ is linearly degenerate.
- Pub Date:
- February 2014
- Mathematics - Complex Variables;
- 32A22 (Primary) 30D35 (Secondary)
- This paper is accepted for publication in Chinese Annals of Mathematics, Series B, Volume 39, No. 5 (2018)