Certain basic information related to the Tremblay operator and some applications in connection therewith

Hüseyin Irmak 1
  • 1 Çankırı Karatekin University, Çankırı, Turkey


In this scientific note, an operator, which is the well-known Tremblay operator in the literature, is first introduced and some of its applications to certain analytic complex functions, which are normalized and analytic in the open unit disk, are then determined. In addition, certain special results of the related applications are also emphasized.

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