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A COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR A SEQUENCE OF SELF MAPS IN INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY METRIC SPACES
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 Title & Authors
A COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR A SEQUENCE OF SELF MAPS IN INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY METRIC SPACES
Kutukcu, Servet;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to obtain a new common fixed point theorem by using a new contractive condition in intuitionistic fuzzy metric spaces. Our result generalizes and extends many known results in fuzzy metric spaces and metric spaces.
 Keywords
common fixed point;mutually maps;intuitionistic mutually maps;fixed point;
 Language
English
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대한수학회논문집, 2007. vol.22. 3, pp.391-399 crossref(new window)
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