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Characterizations of Integral Type for Weighted Classes of Analytic Banach Function Spaces
The aim of this study is to give some new definitions of Banach spaces of holomorphic functions. Some holomorphic characterizations of integral type for some classes of Banach spaces of holomorphic functions are established in the unit disc .
1. Introduction and Preliminaries
Numerous studies of analytic function spaces by several classes of functions are introduced and intensively studied. The theory of function spaces provides interesting tools in many active branches of mathematics, especially in mathematical analysis such as in operator theory, measure theory, and differential equations. In the present study, we aim to give the definition of -Bloch space of holomorphic functions. Using the new class of functions, some essential relations between it and some other known classes are investigated.
Next, we report the recent advancements of the concepts of specific-weighted classes of holomorphic function spaces. The choice of the appropriate functions gives the specific essential properties of the underlying weighted classes of functions that can have an important impact for the study.
Specific weighted classes of holomorphic function spaces and concepts are presented. Let , and denote the class of all holomorphic functions that belonging to .
The analytic little Bloch-type space is symbolized by , for which
Using Green’s function as a weight function, the analytic -spaces is defined in  by
By analytic -spaces, some interesting relationships between analytic Dirichlet-type space and the analytic Bloch-type space are obtained .
For intensive research on analytic spaces, we may refer to [1, 15–18] and others. Also, there are certain specific generalizations of these weighted classes of analytic functions in [12, 19, 20]. On the other hand, there are some interesting extensions using quaternion-valued functions setting ([21–24]).
Hereafter, we setand set
The modified Green’s function is introduced by
Motivated by the modified Green’s function, the following definitions can be presented.
Definition 1. Let . For the function , we define the analytic -Bloch space as follows:
Furthermore, assume that
Example 1. Let . Suppose that
It is very obvious that the function is a -Bloch function.
Remark 1. Using Definition 1, relationships between analytic Dirichlet-type functions and analytic Bloch functions can be characterized.
When and , then we will obtain -Bloch space. The case induces some other types of analytic function spaces with different behaviors and can be studied separately.
The little analytic -Bloch space can be considered as a subspace of the analytic -Bloch space that includes all , with
Remark 2. The symbol stands for a seminorm, while the usual norm can be defined asApplying the above norm, the space is a complete normed space (Banach space).
The next lemma can be applied for some results in this study.
Lemma 1 (See ). Let and assume that . Then,where , and defines the boundary of .
2. -Bloch Space and Dirichlet Space
Some essential characterizations between the analytic Dirichlet-type space and the analytic -Bloch space are given in this section.
Proposition 1. Let and assume that . Then,where .
Proof. Because the pseudohyperbolic disk can be symbolized bywhere is its center and is its radius, then we infer thatUsing the definition of the modified Green’s function as well as the inequalities,We can obtainThe proof of Proposition 1 is therefore finished.
Corollary 1. In view of Proposition 1, for , we have the following interesting inclusion:
Proposition 2. Let and assume that . Also, we suppose that and , thenwhere .
Corollary 2. Proposition 2 results thatwith , , and .
Proposition 3. Let and . Suppose that
Then, for and with , we obtain that
Proof. From the definition of -Bloch space, we haveBy a change of the variables technique, we infer thatSince,Therefore,which implies thatwhere . The proof is therefore established.
Propositions 2 and 3 result in the following fundamental theorem.
Theorem 1. Let ; then, we have equivalence between the following statements:(i) with and with (ii)
Remark 4. The obtained results in Theorem 1 reflexed the major role of the newly definition of the analytic -Bloch space which has used to get relations between analytic Dirichlet-type space and space.
3. -Bloch Functions and Functions
Proposition 4. For , , let and ; hence,where and .
Proof. From subharmonicity principle, the following inequality can be easily obtained:Since is holomorphic on , then use (31) to the functionApplying the technique of change of variables, the next inequality can be inferred:From , we haveThis yields thatBecause,Then,Using the inequalitywe can deduce thatThe proof is therefore completely finished.
Corollary 3. By Proposition 4, for , , , and , the following inclusions can be easily proved:where
Proposition 5. Let . Assume that and with . Then, we have thatwhereand is an absolute positive constant.
Theorem 2. Let . Assume that and with as well as . Therefore, the next assertions can be equivalent:(a)(b)(c) for some .
Remark 5. Theorem 2 investigates relations between the new type of holomorphic -Bloch functions and the weighted holomorphic Dirichlet-type functions.
4. A Specific Criteria
The following symbol stands for a non-Euclidean distance of hyperbolic-type between the points and in .
Now, for , set
Let be the nonconstant analytic function, and let define the concerned area of the Riemannian image of by the function , and assume that defines the area of the image of using the function . It should be noted that defines the projection to . The length of the Riemannian image of by is denoted by , and the symbol defines the length of the outer boundary of . If defines a specific bounded domain in , the concept of outer boundary means that we are working in the boundary of , where may be defined as the unbounded component for the complement .
Now, we clearly have the following inequalities:where and each .
Proposition 6. Let be a nonconstant analytic function. Suppose that and , then the following inequalities can be deduced:Also,where .
Proof. First, we suppose that . Now, we suppose thatwith , where are the positive constants. Now,which implies thatUsing Theorems 1 and 2 in , the following inequalities can be deduced:Since, , thenAlso,
Remark 6. In the proof of Proposition 6, positive coefficients are considered to keep the convergence of Taylor or Fourier power series in its region.
Theorem 3. Let be the nonconstant analytic function. Suppose that and ; therefore, the equivalence between next assertions can be mutually obtained:(1)The function (2)The constant can be obtained, for which(3)The constant can be obtained, for which(4)The constant can be obtained, for which(5)The constant can be obtained, for which
Proof. The assertions and can be deduced clearly. Additionally, and are obvious. Next, suppose that (1) withHence,where is a positive constant depending on . In addition, using the same way, we deduce thatwhere and are the positive constants depending on .
Additionally, the assertion as well as can be proved in view of Proposition 6.
Remark 7. Theorem 3 gives an interesting and global criterion for analytic -Bloch-type function by the help of the concrete area as well as the concerned length of the images of both non-Euclidean unified discs and unified circles, respectively. The obtained results in this section extended and improved some specific results in the study by Yamashita .
Remark 8. Quite recently, a new study of bicomplex functions was introduced in .
An interesting question can be formulated for the newly defined -Bloch functions as follows. Can we discuss and study the new defined class of analytic -Bloch type functions in the case of bicomplex functions?
Function spaces theory is developed, extended, and generalized to spaces of several complex variables ([8–13, 29]) also using quaternion-valued functions ([21–24, 30–33]). The intention of this study is to introduce a new type of analytic function spaces, which plays an interesting and global rule of studying complex function spaces. It should be emphasized that both the worked plane of the study (i.e., ) and the considered holomorphic functions of Bloch-type as well as specific properties of Green’s function are extremely needed for the new classes.
The holomorphic classes of -Bloch functions are defined and deeply considered using a modified Green’s function. By the new function classes, some specific relations and inclusions for the holomorphic Dirichlet-type space as well as holomorphic spaces are obtained. On the other hand, an extension of Yamashita’s result  is presented using holomorphic -Bloch functions.
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Conflicts of Interest
The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
The authors are grateful to Taif University Researchers concerning the support of project number (TURSP-2020/159), Taif University, Saudi Arabia.
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