with Charlotte Hardouin. Submitted. 


We establish some comparison results among the different Galois theories, parameterized or not, for q-difference equations, completing the work of Chatzidakis-Hardouin-Singer. Our main result is the link between the abstract parameterized Galois theories, that give information on the differential properties of abstract solutions of q-difference equations, and the properties of meromorphic solutions of such equations. Notice that a linear q-difference equation with meromorphic coefficients always admits a basis of meromorphic solutions.




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