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Maisarah Haji Mohd, Maslina Darus, "Fekete-Szegö Problems for Quasi-Subordination Classes", Abstract and Applied Analysis, vol. 2012, Article ID 192956, 14 pages, 2012. https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/192956

# Fekete-Szegö Problems for Quasi-Subordination Classes

Accepted15 Sep 2012
Published15 Oct 2012

#### Abstract

An analytic function is quasi-subordinate to an analytic function , in the open unit disk if there exist analytic functions and , with , and such that . Certain subclasses of analytic univalent functions associated with quasi-subordination are defined and the bounds for the Fekete-Szegö coefficient functional for functions belonging to these subclasses are derived.

#### 1. Introduction and Motivation

Let be the class of analytic function in the open unit disk normalized by and of the form . For two analytic functions and , the function is subordinate to , written as follows: if there exists an analytic function , with and such that . In particular, if the function is univalent in , then is equivalent to and . For brief survey on the concept of subordination, see [1].

Ma and Minda [2] introduced the following class where is an analytic function with positive real part in , is symmetric with respect to the real axis and starlike with respect to and . A function is called Ma-Minda starlike (with respect to ). The class is the class of functions for which . The class and include several well-known subclasses of starlike and convex functions as special case.

In the year 1970, Robertson [3] introduced the concept of quasi-subordination. For two analytic functions and , the function is quasi-subordinate to , written as follows: if there exist analytic functions and , with , and such that . Observe that when , then , so that in . Also notice that if , then and it is said that is majorized by and written in . Hence it is obvious that quasi-subordination is a generalization of subordination as well as majorization. See [46] for works related to quasi-subordination.

Throughout this paper it is assumed that is analytic in with . Motivated by [2, 3], we define the following classes.

Definition 1.1. Let the class consists of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination

Example 1.2. Since the function defined by the following: belongs to the class .

Definition 1.3. Let the class consists of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination

Example 1.4. The function defined by the following: belongs to the class .

The classes and are analogous to the Ma-Minda starlike and convex classes defined in the form of quasi-subordination.

Definition 1.5. Let the class consist of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination

Example 1.6. The function defined by the following: belongs to the class .

It is known that a function with in is univalent. The above class of functions defined in terms of the quasi-subordination is associated with the class of functions with positive real part.

Functions in the following classes, and are analogous to the -convex functions of Miller et al. [7] and -logarithmically convex functions introduced by Lewandowski et al. [8] (see also [9]), respectively.

Definition 1.7. Let the class , () consist of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination

Example 1.8. The function defined by the following: belongs to the class .

Definition 1.9. Let the class , () consist of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination

Example 1.10. The function defined by the following: belongs to the class .

It is well known (see [10]) that the -th coefficient of a univalent function is bounded by . The bounds for coefficient give information about various geometric properties of the function. Many authors have also investigated the bounds for the Fekete-Szegö coefficient for various classes [1125]. In this paper, we obtain coefficient estimates for the functions in the above defined classes.

Let be the class of analytic functions , normalized by , and satisfying the condition . We need the following lemma to prove our results.

Lemma 1.11 (see [26]). If , then for any complex number The result is sharp for the functions or .

#### 2. Main Results

Although Theorems 2.1 and 2.4 are contained in the corresponding results for the classes and , they are stated and proved separately here because of the importance of the classes.

Throughout, let ,  ,   and .

Theorem 2.1. If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Proof. If , then there exist analytic functions and , with ,   and such that
Since it follows from (2.3) that Since is analytic and bounded in , we have [27, page 172] By using this fact and the well-known inequality, , we get Further, Then Again applying and , we have Applying Lemma 1.11 to yields Observe that and hence we can conclude that For , the above will reduce to the estimate of .

Remark 2.2. For , Theorem 2.1 gives a particular case of the estimates in [13, Theorem 1] for and [14, Theorem 2.1] for .

Theorem 2.3. If satisfies then the following inequalities hold: and, for any complex number ,

Proof. The result follows by taking in the proof of Theorem 2.1.

Theorem 2.4. If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Proof. Observe that when , equality (2.3) becomes or equally and the converse can be verified easily. By the Alexander relation, that is if and only if , we can obtain the required estimates.

Theorem 2.5. If satisfies then the following inequalities hold: and, for any complex number ,

Theorem 2.6. If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Proof. For , we know that by Definition 1.5 there exist analytic functions and , with , and such that Since it follows from (2.28) and (2.5) that Following the same argument as in Theorem 2.1, where and , we can deduce that Applying Lemma 1.11, we get Since and we can conclude the hypothesis.

Theorem 2.7. If satisfies then the following inequalities hold: and, for any complex number ,

Let the class consist of functions satisfying the quasi-subordination where . The following corollary gives the results for .

Corollary 2.8. Let . If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Remark 2.9. (1) For , Corollary 2.8 gives a particular case of the estimates in [13, Theorem 3] for and [14, Theorem 2.3] for .

(2) For and , , Corollary 2.8 reduces to the results in [19, Theorem 4].

Theorem 2.10. Let . If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Proof. If , for then there are analytic functions and , with , and such that A computation shows that Hence from (2.43), we have It then follows from relation (2.42) and (2.5) that We can then conclude the proof by proceeding similarly as previous theorems.

Remark 2.11. (1) When , Theorem 2.10 reduces to Theorem 2.1.
(2) When , Theorem 2.10 reduces to Theorem 2.4.
(3) For , Theorem 2.10 gives a particular case of the estimates in [14, Theorem ] for .

Theorem 2.12. Let . If satisfies then the following inequalities hold: and, for any complex number ,

Theorem 2.13. Let and . If belongs to , then and, for any complex number ,

Proof. If , for and then there are analytic functions and , with , and such that A computation shows that Thus (2.52) give By using the above equation and (2.5) in (2.51) we have We can proceed similarly as previous theorems and proof the hypothesis.

Remark 2.14. (1) When , Theorem 2.13 reduces to Theorem 2.4.
(2) When , Theorem 2.13 reduces to Theorem 2.1.
(3) For , Theorem 2.13 gives a particular case of the estimates in [14, Theorem ] for .

Theorem 2.15. Let and . If satisfies then the following inequalities hold: and, for any complex number ,

#### Acknowledgment

The work presented here was supported in part by research Grant LRGS/TD/2011/UKM/ICT/03/02. The authors are thankful to the referees for their useful comments.

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