Georgia Irina OROS, Gheorghe OROS, Özlem GÜNEY

Introduction in third-order fuzzy differential subordination

  • Geometry and Topology
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Algebra and Number Theory
  • Analysis

In light of the well-established and widely-used theory of differential subordination, recent works incorporating fuzzy elements into Geometric Function Theory have given rise to the concept of fuzzy differential subordination. Second-order fuzzy differential subordinations were taken into consideration for studies up until this point. The research described in this paper aims to expand the concept of fuzzy differential subordination to third-order fuzzy differential subordination, building on an idea first put forth in 2011 by José A. Antonino and Sanford S. Miller and still being investigated by scholars today. The key concepts and preliminary findings required for the development of this branch of fuzzy differential subordination are introduced. The class of admissible functions is specified, the fundamental theorems are established and the fundamental concepts of the third-order fuzzy subordination approach are presented. The example given demonstrates the applicability of the new findings.

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