# Some Properties of Harmonic Functions Defined by Convolution

@article{Dixit2009SomePO, title={Some Properties of Harmonic Functions Defined by Convolution}, author={K. K. Dixit and S. Porwal}, journal={Kyungpook Mathematical Journal}, year={2009}, volume={49}, pages={751-761} }

In this paper, we introduce and study a comprehensive family of harmonic univalent functions which contains various well-known classes of harmonic univalent functions as well as many new ones. Also, we improve some results obtained by Frasin [3] and obtain coefficient bounds, distortion bounds and extreme points, convolution conditions and convex combination are also determined for functions in this family. It is worth mentioning that many of our results are either extensions or new approaches… Expand

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