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On Bounded Boundary and Bounded Radius Rotations
© K. I. Noor et al. 2009
- Received: 6 January 2009
- Accepted: 19 March 2009
- Published: 31 March 2009
We establish a relation between the functions of bounded boundary and bounded radius rotations by using three different techniques. A well-known result is observed as a special case from our main result. An interesting application of our work is also being investigated.
- Analytic Function
- Representation Form
- Hypergeometric Function
- Interesting Application
- Differentiation Yield
Let be the class of functions of the form
which are analytic in the unit disc . We say that is subordinate to , written as , if there exists a Schwarz function , which (by definition) is analytic in with and , such that . In particular, when is univalent, then the above subordination is equivalent to and .
For any two analytic functions
the convolution (Hadamard product) of and is defined by
We denote by the classes of starlike and convex functions of order , respectively, defined by
For , we have the well-known classes of starlike and convex univalent functions denoted by and , respectively.
Let be the class of functions analytic in the unit disc satisfying the properties and
where , and For we obtain the class introduced in . Also, for , we can write , We can also write, for ,
where is a function with bounded variation on such that
For (1.6) together with (1.7), see . Since has a bounded variation on , we may write where and are two non-negative increasing functions on satisfying (1.7) Thus, if we set and then (1.6) becomes
Now, using Herglotz-Stieltjes formula for the class and (1.8), we obtain
where is the class of functions with real part greater than and , for , .
We define the following classes:
We note that
For we obtain the well-known classes and of analytic functions with bounded radius and bounded boundary rotations, respectively. These classes are studied by Noor [3–5] in more details. Also it can easily be seen that and
Goel  proved that implies that where
and this result is sharp.
In this paper, we prove the result of Goel  for the classes and by using three different methods. The first one is the same as done by Goel  while the second and third are the convolution and subordination techniques.
We need the following results to obtain our results.
Using (2.3) together with (2.4) in (2.2), we obtain the required result.
Lemma 2.2 (see ).
Let , , and be a complex-valued function satisfying the conditions:
(i) is continuous in a domain
(iii) whenever and
If is a function analytic in such that and for then in
This result is a special case of the one given in [10, page 113].
By using the same method as that of Goel , we prove the following result. We include all the details for the sake of completeness.
3.1. First Method
Let . Then , where is given by (1.12). This result is sharp.
where and ,
where we integrate along the straight line segment ,
for all , we obtain the required result from (3.7), (3.13), and (3.14).
It is easy to check that where is the exact value given by (1.12).
3.2. Second Method
and from it follows that
Since all the conditions of Lemma 2.2 are satisfied, it follows that in for and consequently and hence , where is given by (3.16). The case is discussed in .
3.3. Third Method
Then are analytic in with
3.4. Application of Theorem 3.3
is in the class , where , , and is given by (1.12).
Now by using the well-known fact that the class is a convex set together with (3.37), we obtain the required result.
For , , and , we have the following interesting corollary.
is in the class
The authors are grateful to Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi, Rector, CIIT, for providing excellent research facilities and the referee for his/her useful suggestions on the earlier version of this paper. W. Ul-Haq and M. Arif greatly acknowledge the financial assistance by the HEC, Packistan, in the form of scholarship under indigenous Ph.D fellowship.
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