## Some results on a starlike log-harmonic mapping of order alpha

#### Citation

Aydoğan, S. M. (2014). Some results on a starlike log-harmonic mapping of order alpha. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 256, 77-82. doi:10.1016/j.cam.2013.07.008#### Abstract

Let H(D) be the linear space of all analytic functions defined on the open unit disc D = z is an element of C : vertical bar z vertical bar < 1. A sense preserving log-harmonic mapping is the solution of the non-linear elliptic partial differential equation f(z) = w(z)f(z)(f(z)/f) where w(z) is an element of H (D) is the second dilatation off such that vertical bar w(z)vertical bar < 1 for all z is an element of D.A sense preserving log-harmonic mapping is a solution of the non-linear elliptic partial differential equation fz f((z) over bar)/(f) over bar = w(z).f(z)/f (0.1) where w(z) the second dilatation off and w(z) is an element of H(D), vertical bar w(z)vertical bar < 1 for every z is an element of D. It has been shown that if f is a non-vanishing log-harmonic mapping, then f can be expressed as f(z) = h(z)<(g(z))over bar> (0.2) where h(z) and g(z) are analytic in D with the normalization h(0) not equal 0, g(0) = 1. On the other hand if f vanishes at z = 0, but it is not identically zero, then f admits the following representation f(z) = z.z(2 beta)h(z)<(g(z))over bar> (0.3) where Re beta > -1/2, h(z) and g(z) are analytic in the open disc D with the normalization h(0) not equal 0, g(0) = 1 (Abdulhadi and Bshouty, 1988) [2], (Abdulhadi and Hengartner, 1996) [3].In the present paper, we will give the extent of the idea, which was introduced by Abdulhadi and Bshouty (1988) [2]. One of the interesting applications of this extent idea is an investigation of the subclass of log-harmonic mappings for starlike log-harmonic mappings of order alpha.