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On the Univalence Criterion of a General Integral Operator

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In this paper we considered an general integral operator and three classes of univalent functions for which the second order derivative is equal to zero. By imposing supplimentary conditions for these functions we proved some univalent conditions for the considered general operator. Also some interesting particullar results are presented.

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Correspondence to Daniel Breaz.

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Breaz, D., Güney, H. On the Univalence Criterion of a General Integral Operator. J Inequal Appl 2008, 702715 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1155/2008/702715

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Keywords

  • Integral Operator
  • Univalent Function
  • General Operator
  • Order Derivative
  • Univalent Condition