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Indian Journal of Science and Technology


Indian Journal of Science and Technology

Year: 2021, Volume: 14, Issue: 47, Pages: 3467-3474

Original Article

A Result on probabilistic 2-metric space using strong semi compatible mappings

Received Date:19 August 2021, Accepted Date:27 November 2021, Published Date:27 December 2021


Objective/Aim: To generate a fixed point theorem in probabilistic 2-metric space. Method: By employing strong semi compatible mappings and sub sequentially continuous mappings. Findings: Generated unique common fixed point theorem and substantiated with appropriate example. Novelty/ Improvement: The concepts of strong semi compatible mappings and sub sequentially continuous mappings are weaker than existing conditions like weakly compatible mappings which generalizes the theorem of V. K. Gupta, Arihant Jain and Rajesh kumar.

Keywords: Strong semi compatible; sub sequentially continuous; Probabilistic 2metric space; conditional semi compatible; conditional compatible


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