# Continuous selections and fixed points of multi-valued mappings on noncompact or nonmetrizable spaces

@inproceedings{Lin2005ContinuousSA, title={Continuous selections and fixed points of multi-valued mappings on noncompact or nonmetrizable spaces}, author={Lai-Jiu Lin and Ngai-Ching Wong and Zenn-Tsuen Yu}, year={2005} }

In this paper, we obtain several new continuous selection theorems for multi-valued mappings on completely regular spaces and fixed point theorems for multi-valued maps on nonmetrizable spaces. They, in particular, provide a partial solution of a conjecture of X. Wu.

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