Best Proximity Point Theorems via Proximal Non-self Mappings
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We prove a best proximity point theorem for proximal generalized contractive type mappings in metric spaces, which is a generalization of recent best proximity point theorems and some famous fixed point theorems due to Berinde and Suzuki. We also introduce a new class of proximal non-self mappings and obtain sufficient conditions, which ensure the existence of a best proximity point. Moreover, we define algorithms and prove that they find a best proximity point for these classes of non-self mappings in the setting of metric and Banach spaces.
KeywordsBest proximity point Berinde weak proximal contraction Proximal generalized nonexpansive Approximatively compactness
Mathematics Subject Classification47H10 47H09
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