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Conic regions and $$k$$-uniform convexity. (English) Zbl 0944.30008
Let $$f(z)=z+a_2z^2+\dots$$ be analytic and univalent in the unit disk $$D$$. A function $$f$$ is said to be $$k$$-uniformly convex in $$U$$ if the image of every circular arc $$\gamma$$, $$\gamma\subset D$$ with its center at $$a$$, $$|a|\leq k$$, $$0\leq k<+\infty$$, is convex. The authors establish a necessary and sufficient condition for $$f$$ to be $$k$$-uniformly convex, study their properties and solve several extremal problems. Their results generalise some earlier ones due to a A. W. Goodman [Ann. Pol. Math. 56, No. 1, 87-92 (1991; Zbl 0744.30010)] and F. Rønning [Proc. Am. Math. Soc. 118, No. 1, 189-196 (1993; Zbl 0805.30012)].

##### MSC:
 30C45 Special classes of univalent and multivalent functions of one complex variable (starlike, convex, bounded rotation, etc.)
##### Keywords:
$$k$$-uniformly convex
##### Citations:
Zbl 0744.30010; Zbl 0805.30012
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##### References:
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