In this paper, we introduce best proximal contractions in complete ordered non-Archimedean fuzzy metric space and obtain some proximal results. The obtained results unify, extend, and generalize some comparable results in the existing literature.
MSC: 47H10; 47H04; 47H07
The aim of this paper is to introduce a class of multivalued mappings satisfying a Suzuki type generalized contractive condition in the framework of fuzzy metric spaces and to present fixed point results for such mappings. Some examples are presented to support the results proved herein. As an application, a common fixed point result for a hybrid pair of single and multivalued mappings is obtained. We show the existence and uniqueness of a common bounded solution of functional equations arising in dynamic programming. Our results generalize and extend various results in the existing literature. MSC: 47H10; 47H04; 47H07
In this paper, we introduce the concept of coincidence best proximity point for multivalued Suzuki-type α-admissible mapping using θ-contraction in b-metric space. Some examples are presented here to understand the use of the main results and to support the results proved herein. The obtained results extend and generalize various existing results in literature.
In this paper, we define Suzuki type generalized multivalued almost contraction mappings and prove some related fixed point results. As an application, some coincidence and common fixed point results are obtained. The results proved herein extend the recent results on fixed points of Kikkawa Suzuki type and almost contraction mappings in the frame work of complete metric spaces. We provide examples to show that obtained results are proper generalization of comparable results in the existing literature. Some applications in homotopy, dynamic programming, integral equations and data dependence problems are also presented. H(A, B) = inf ε D(A, B) if D(A, B) φ, ∞ if D(A, B) = φ.
In this paper, we introduce the concept of fuzzy double controlled metric space that can be regarded as the generalization of fuzzy b-metric space, extended fuzzy b-metric space and controlled fuzzy metric space. We use two non-comparable functions α and β in the triangular inequality as: M ( x , z , t α ( x , y ) + s β ( y , z ) ) ≥ M ( x , y , t ) ∗ M ( y , z , s ) . We prove Banach contraction principle in fuzzy double controlled metric space and generalize the Banach contraction principle in aforementioned spaces. We give some examples to support our main results. An application to existence and uniqueness of solution for an integral equation is also presented in this work.
In this paper, we introduce α-proximal fuzzy contraction of type−I and II in complete fuzzy metric space and obtain some fuzzy proximal and optimal coincidence point results. The obtained results further unify, extend and generalize some already existing results in literature. We also provide some examples which show the validity of obtained results and a comparison is also given which shows that contractive mappings and obtained results further generalizes already existing results in literature. c 2017 all rights reserved.Keywords: Fuzzy metric space, α-proximal fuzzy contraction of type−I, α-proximal fuzzy contraction of type−II, fuzzy expansive mapping, optimal coincidence best proximity point, t-norm. 2010 MSC: 47H10, 47H04, 47H07.
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