# Contraction mapping

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- Computers & Mathematics with Applications
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In this paper, we establish some common fixed point results for two self-mappings f and g on a generalized metric space X . To… (More)

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The probabilistic metric space as one of the important generalization of metric space was introduced by K. Menger in 1942. In… (More)

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These notes contain various versions of the contraction mapping principle. Several applications to existence theorems in the… (More)

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Meir and Keeler in 1 considered an extension of the classical Banach contraction theorem on a complete metric space. Kirk et al… (More)

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Let H be a real Hilbert space and T: H → H be a nonexpansive mapping, f : H → H a contraction mapping with coefficient 0 < α < 1… (More)

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Recommended by G ´ orniewicz Lech Here we introduce a generalisation of the Banach contraction mapping principle. We show that… (More)

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- 16th Mediterranean Conference on Control and…
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This paper deals with the design of reduced order observers for a class of nonlinear descriptor systems. The order of these… (More)

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2007

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- Ninth International Symposium on Symbolic and…
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In this paper we present a very general class of weakly Picard mappings. The fixed point theorems thus obtained are… (More)

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1972

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1972

- Mathematical systems theory
- 1972

In this paper the notion of a contraction mapping on a probabilistic metric space is introduced, and several fixed-point theorems… (More)

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