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- M. S. KHAN
- 2004

1* Introduction* There have been several extensions of known fixed point theorems for multivalued mappings which take each point of a metric space (X, d) into a closed subset K of X. However, in many applications, the mapping involved is not a self-mapping of K. Assad and Kirk [1] gave sufficient conditions for such mappings to have a fixed point by proving… (More)

- M. S. Khan, M. Samanipour
- 2010

In this article, the existence of a unique common fixed point of two families of compatible maps of type (P) on a complete metric space and a common fixed point theorem for four mappings on a metric space are proved. These theorems are an improvement over the theorems generalizes Banach Fixed Point

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To investigate whether two methods of assessing lower urinary tract symptoms, interview-assisted standardized questionnaires, and self-completed standardized questionnaires, were comparable.
METHODS
Women referred to a tertiary urogynecology urodynamic clinic with lower urinary tract symptoms were recruited. The psychometrically robust Bristol Female… (More)

Some generalizations of Bailey's theorem involving the product of two Kummer functions 1 F 1 are obtained by using Watson's theorem and Srivastava's identities. Its special cases yield various new transformations and reduction formulae involving Pathan's quadruple hypergeometric functions F (4) p , Srivastava's triple and quadruple hypergeometric functions… (More)

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