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2015

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2015

Due to its possible applications, Fixed Point Theory has become one of the most useful branches of Nonlinear Analysis. In a very… Expand

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2012

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2012

Abstract Several characterizations of MT -functions are first given in this paper. Applying the characterizations of MT… Expand

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2011

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2011

Abstract In this paper, common fixed point theorems for four mappings satisfying a generalized nonlinear contraction type… Expand

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2008

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2008

Previous analysis of Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar (ASAR) signals collected by ESA's Envisat has demonstrated a very valuable… Expand

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2005

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2005

Ocean color sensors enable a quasi-permanent monitoring of the chlorophyll a concentration (Chl a) in surface waters. This… Expand

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2001

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2001

We systematically develop the procedure of holographic renormalization for RG flows dual to asymptotically AdS domain walls. All… Expand

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2000

2000

Abstract In this paper we investigate an eigenvalue problem which appears naturally when one considers the second variation of a… Expand

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1998

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1998

Coincident D3-branes placed at a conical singularity are related to string theory on AdS{sub 5}{times}X{sub 5}, for a suitable… Expand

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1997

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1997

Abstract We calculate classical cross sections for absorption of massless scalars by the extremal 3-branes of type IIB theory… Expand

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1997

Highly Cited

1997

Abstract Low-energy absorption cross sections for various particles falling into extreme non-dilatonic branes are calculated… Expand

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