Strict upper bounds are determined for ¦s(z)¦, ¦Re s(z)¦, and ¦Im s(z) ¦ in the class of functions s(z)=a nzn+an+1zn+1+... (n1) regular in ¦z¦<1 and satisfying the condition ¦u (θ1) −u (θ2) ¦≤K¦ θ1-θ 2¦, where U(θ)=Re s (ei θ), K>0, andθ 1 andθ 2 are arbitrary real numbers. These bounds are used in the determination of radii of convexity and close-to-convexity of certain integral representations.
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The author wishes to thank L. A. Aksent'ev for his guidance in this work.
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Avkhadiev, F.G. Radii of convexity and close-to-convexity of certain integral representations. Mathematical Notes of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR 7, 350–357 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01123846
- Real Number
- Integral Representation
- Arbitrary Real Number