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STRONG DIFFERENTIAL SUBORDINATION AND APPLICATIONS TO UNIVALENCY CONDITIONS
Antonino Jose- A.;
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 Abstract
For the Briot-Bouquet differential equations of the form given in [1] we can reduce them to where . In this paper we are going to give conditions in order that if u and v satisfy, respectively, the equations (1) , with certain conditions on the functions F and G applying the concept of strong subordination given in [2] by the author, implies that indicates subordination.
 Keywords
differential equation;subordination;convex function;starlike function;
 Language
English
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