Strong differential subordinations and superordinations and sandwich theorem

Oros, Gheorghe; Venter, Adela; Şendruţiu, Roxana; Andrei, Loriana
January 2013
Journal of Computational Analysis & Applications;Jan2013, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1496
Academic Journal
In this paper we study certain strong differential subordinations and strong differential superordinations, obtained by using a new integral operator introduced in [21]. We also give some results as a sandwich theorem.


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