Turkish Journal of Mathematics




Ever since Lotfi A. Zadeh published the paper "Fuzzy Sets" in 1965 setting the basis of a new theory named fuzzy sets theory, many scientists have developed this theory and its applications. Mathematicians were especially interested in extending classical mathematical results in the fuzzy context. Such an extension was also done relating fuzzy sets theory and geometric theory of analytic functions. The study begun in 2011 has many interesting published outcomes and the present paper follows the line of the previous research in the field. The aim of the paper is to give some references related to the connections already made between fuzzy sets theory and geometric theory of analytic functions and to present some new results that might prove interesting for mathematicians willing to enlarge their views on certain aspects of the merge between the two theories. Using the notions of fuzzy differential subordination and the classical notion of differential subordination for analytic functions, two criteria for the univalence of the analytic functions are stated in this work.


Analytic function, univalent function, fuzzy function, fuzzy differential subordination, dominant, best dominant, differential subordination

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