On the bohr inequality

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Title

Springer Optimization and Its Applications


The Bohr inequality, first introduced by Harald Bohr in 1914, deals with finding the largest radius r, 0 < r < 1, such that (Formula Found) holds whenever (Formula Found) in the unit disk D of the complex plane. The exact value of this largest radius, known as the Bohr radius, has been established to be 1/3. This paper surveys recent advances and generalizations on the Bohr inequality. It discusses the Bohr radius for certain power series in D, as well as for analytic functions from D into particular domains. These domains include the punctured unit disk, the exterior of the closed unit disk, and concave wedge-domains. The analogous Bohr radius is also studied for harmonic and starlike logharmonic mappings in D. The Bohr phenomenon which is described in terms of the Euclidean distance is further investigated using the spherical chordal metric and the hyperbolic metric. The exposition concludes with a discussion on the n-dimensional Bohr radius.

First Page


Last Page




Publication Date



Open Access, Green

This document is currently not available here.