Symmetric Conformable Fractional Derivative of Complex Variables

Rabha W. Ibrahim, Rafida M. Elobaid, Suzan Jabbar Obaiys

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    It is well known that the conformable and the symmetric differential operators have formulas in terms of the first derivative. In this document, we combine the two definitions to get the symmetric conformable derivative operator (SCDO). The purpose of this effort is to provide a study of SCDO connected with the geometric function theory. These differential operators indicate a generalization of well known differential operator including the Salagean differential operator. Our contribution is to impose two classes of symmetric differential operators in the open unit disk and to describe the further development of these operators by introducing convex linear symmetric operators. In addition, by acting these SCDOs on the class of univalent functions, we display a set of sub-classes of analytic functions having geometric representation, such as starlikeness and convexity properties. Investigations in this direction lead to some applications in the univalent function theory of well known formulas, by defining and studying some sub-classes of analytic functions type Janowski function and convolution structures. Moreover, by using the SCDO, we introduce a generalized class of Briot-Bouquet differential equations to introduce, what is called the symmetric conformable Briot-Bouquet differential equations. We shall show that the upper bound of this class is symmetric in the open unit disk.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number363
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 6 Mar 2020


    • Analytic function
    • Conformable fractional derivative
    • Open unit disk
    • Subordination and superordination
    • Univalent function

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    • Mathematics(all)


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