Subclass of k-Uniformly Starlike Functions Defined by the Symmetric q-Derivative Operator
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The theory of q -analogs is frequently encountered in numerous areas, including fractals and dynamical systems. The q -derivatives and q -integrals play an important role in the study of q -deformed quantummechanical simple harmonic oscillators. We define a symmetric operator of q -derivative and study a new family of univalent functions defined by using this operator. We establish some new relations between the functions satisfying the analytic conditions related to conic sections.
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