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Fixed points of weakly compatible maps on modified intuitionistic fuzzy soft metric spaces


This paper introduces compatible, non-compatible and weakly compatible maps on modified intuitionistic fuzzy soft metric spaces. Moreover, we have also extended fixed point theorems for two, four and six self maps that are weakly compatible in the setting of MIFSMS.

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The authors thanks all reviewers for their useful remarks which made our paper complete and significant.


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Gupta, V., Gondhi, A. Fixed points of weakly compatible maps on modified intuitionistic fuzzy soft metric spaces. Int J Syst Assur Eng Manag (2021).

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  • Soft set
  • Modified intuitionistic fuzzy metric space
  • Weakly compatible map
  • Fixed point

Mathematics Subject Classification

  • 54H25
  • 47H10