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Common fixed points for four non-self mappings in partial metric spaces. (English) Zbl 1477.54139

The authors establish a common fixed point existence result (Theorem 2.1) for four mappings in a complete convex partial metric space in the sense of Takahashi. Various results from literature are obtained as particular cases of Theorem 2.1. The authors also provide an example to illustrate their main result.

MSC:

54H25 Fixed-point and coincidence theorems (topological aspects)
54E40 Special maps on metric spaces
54E50 Complete metric spaces

Citations:

Zbl 1118.54304
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