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Abstract In this paper, we introduce the concept of a partial Hausdorff metric. We initiate study of fixed point theory for multi-valued mappings on partial metric space using the partial Hausdorff… Expand
Abstract For disc domains and for periodic models, we construct solutions of the Ginzburg–Landau equations which verify in the limit of a large Ginzburg–Landau parameter specified qualitative… Expand
In this article, we give a fixed point theorem for set-valued quasi-contraction maps in b-metric spaces. This theorem extends, unifies and generalizes several well known comparable results in the… Expand
In this article, we present tripled coincidence point theorems for F: X3 → X and g: X → X satisfying weak φ-contractions in partially ordered metric spaces. We also provide nontrivial examples to… Expand
In this paper, lower semi-continuous functions are used to extend Ekeland's variational principle to the class of parti al metric spaces. As consequences of our results, we obtain some fixed p oint… Expand
Abstract In this paper, common fixed point theorems for four mappings satisfying a generalized nonlinear contraction type condition on partial metric spaces are proved. Presented theorems extend the… Expand
We give some coupled fixed point results for mappings satisfying different contractive conditions on complete partial metric spaces.
Cho et al. (2012) proved some coupled fixed point theorems in partially ordered cone metric spaces by using the concept of a c-distance in cone metric spaces. In this paper, we prove some coincidence… Expand
In this paper, we show that, unexpectedly, most of the coupled fixed point theorems (on ordered metric spaces) are in fact immediate consequences of well-known fixed point theorems in the… Expand