Differential Subordinations Associated with Multiplier Transformations

Cǎtaş, Adriana; Oros, Georgia Irina; Oros, Gheorghe
January 2008
Abstract & Applied Analysis;2008, p1
Academic Journal
The authors introduce new classes of analytic functions in the open unit disc which are defined by using multiplier transformations. The properties of these classes will be studied by using techniques involving the Briot-Bouquet differential subordinations. Also an integral transform is established.


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