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New generalized fuzzy metrics and fixed point theorem in fuzzy metric space
In this paper, in fuzzy metric spaces (in the sense of Kramosil and Michalek (Kibernetika 11:336-344, 1957)) we introduce the concept of a generalized fuzzy metric which is the extension of a fuzzy metric. First, inspired ...
Multivalued SK-contractions with respect to b-generalized pseudodistances
(Springer Basel, 2015-04-09)
A new class of multivalued non-self-mappings, called SK-contractions with respect to b-generalized pseudodistances, is introduced and used to investigate the existence of best proximity points by using an appropriate ...
Best Proximity Point Theorem in Quasi-Pseudometric Spaces
In quasi-pseudometric spaces (not necessarily sequentially complete), we continue the research on the quasi-generalized pseudodistances. We introduce the concepts of semiquasiclosed map and contraction of Nadler type with ...
Dynamic Processes, Fixed Points, Endpoints, Asymmetric Structures, and Investigations Related to Caristi, Nadler, and Banach in Uniform Spaces
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015)
In uniform spaces (...) with symmetric structures determined by the D-families of pseudometrics which define uniformity in these spaces, the new symmetric and asymmetric structures determined by the J-families of generalized ...
On best proximity points for set-valued contractions of Nadler type with respect to b-generalized pseudodistances in b-metric spaces
In this paper, in b-metric space, we introduce the concept of b-generalized pseudodistance which is an extension of the b-metric. Next, inspired by the ideas of Nadler (Pac. J. Math. 30:475-488, 1969) and Abkar and Gabeleh ...