Certain Subfamily of Harmonic Functions Related to Salagean q-Differential Operator

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Sh. Najafzadeh
Deborah Olufunmilayo Makinde


The theory of q-calculus operators are applied in many areas of sciences such as complex analysis. In this paper we apply S˘al˘agean q-differential operator to harmonic functions and introduce sharp coefficient bounds, extreme points, distortion inequalities and convexity results.

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