# Fixed-point theorem

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2010

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2010

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The aim of this paper is to prove the existence of common fixed points for a pair of weakly compatible selfmaps satisfying weakly… (More)

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2007

2007

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(The range of f is not necessarily the subset of its domain). The proof of the sufficiency is by induction on the number of… (More)

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2006

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2006

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In the present work, we prove a fixed point theorem in Menger spaces through weak compatibility. Mathematics Subject… (More)

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2005

2005

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The aim of this note is to indicate an example that demonstrates the incorrectness of Iimura’s discrete fixed point theorem [J… (More)

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2004

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2004

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An analogue of Banach’s fixed point theorem in partially ordered sets is proved in this paper, and several applications to linear… (More)

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2004

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In 1994, S.G. Matthews introduced the notion of a partial metric space and obtained, among other results, a Banach contraction… (More)

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1998

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1998

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In this paper we focus on three fixed point theorems and an integral equation. Schaefer’s fixed point theorem will yield a T… (More)

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1979

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1979

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Let F be a monotone operator on the complete lattice L into itself. Tarski's lattice theoretical fixed point theorem states that… (More)

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1972

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1972

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Let K be a subset of a Banach space X. A mapping F.K-+KÍ& said to be asymptotically nonexpansive if there exists a sequence {k… (More)

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1957

1957

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1. The fixed point theorem. Let T: X^> Y be a point-to-set function and let T~l: Y—>X be the point-to-set function such that xET… (More)

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