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In this paper we investigate weakly continuous solutions of some integral equations in Banach spaces. Moreover, we prove a fixed point theorem which is very useful in our considerations.

In this paper, we work with the notion of the measure of nonhyperconvexity introduced by Cianciaruso and De Pascale [6] in order to obtain new fixed-point theorems in hyperconvex metric spaces. This class of metric spaces was introduced by Aronszajn and Panitchpakdi [1] in 1956 to study problems on extension of uniformly continuous mappings. Several and… (More)

We prove that a set of weak solutions of the nonlinear Volterra integral equation has the Kneser property. The main condition in our result is formulated in terms of axiomatic measures of weak noncompactness.

- Dariusz Bugajewski, Gaston M. N'Guérékata
- Int. J. Math. Mathematical Sciences
- 2004

We deal with C(n)-almost periodic functions taking values in a Banach space. We give several properties of such functions, in particular, we investigate their behavior in view of differentiation as well as integration. The superposition operator acting in the space of such functions is also under consideration. Some applications to ordinary as well as… (More)

We are going to answer some open questions in the theory of hyperconvex metric spaces. We prove that in complete R-trees hyperconvex hulls are uniquely determined. Next we show that hyperconvexity of subsets of normed spaces implies their convexity if and only if the space under consideration is strictly convex. Moreover, we prove a Krein-Milman type… (More)

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