RAMFP 2022 : TAA (OA) - SI: Recent Advances on Metric Fixed Point Theory 2022
Call For Papers
RECENT ADVANCES ON METRIC FIXED POINT THEORY 2022
- Erdal KARAPINAR, Full Professor at Mathematics, Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey
- Cristian CHIFU, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania
No In the last few decades, using fixed point theory, solutions to several exciting problems have been reported. Besides the classical ordinary differential equations and integral equations, both fractional differential equations (FDE) and fractional integral equations (FIE) have taken the researchers' interests. Roughly speaking, for a better understanding of several physical phenomena, (both fractional differential equations (FDE) and fractional integral equations (FIE) are more useful. We also note the importance of distinct abstract spaces, such as quasi-metric, b-metric, symmetric, partial metric, and dislocated metric. Sometimes, one of these spaces is more suitable for a particular application. For example, in semantic and domain theory of computer science, instead of using the standard fixed point theorem, using the corresponding
characterization of fixed point results in partial metric spaces is more effective, suitable, and economical.
This Special Issue aims to collect the papers that may open rooms for the theoretical advances in the fixed-point metric theory and possible applications (as mentioned above, on fractional differential/integral equations, semantic and domain theory, and so on). We welcome both original research articles and articles discussing the current situation.
- Iterative fixed-point theory;
- Fixed point theory and applications;
- Best proximity point theory and applications;
- Recursive mappings and convergence;
- Good exposure and control in fixed point theory and FDE;
- Nonlinear problems with fixed point theory approaches.
HOW TO SUBMIT
All submissions to the special issue must be made electronically at www.editorialmanager.com/taa/default.aspx and will undergo the standard peer-review process.
When submitting your paper please choose “SI- Recent Advances on metric fixed point theory”
The deadline for the submissions is September 30, 2022 but individual papers will be reviewed and published online on an ongoing basis.
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