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Vol. 62, no. 2 (2021)

Multidimensional common fixed point theorems for multivalued mappings in dislocated metric spaces. Deepa Karichery and Shaini Pulickakunnel
Motivated by the $F$-contraction introduced by Wardowski [Fixed Point Theory Appl. 2012, 2012:94], we introduce three types of multidimensional Ciric-type rational $F$-contractions for multivalued mappings in dislocated metric spaces. Using these contractions, we establish fixed points of $N$-order for multivalued mappings. Our result generalizes the main result obtained by Rasham et al. [J. Fixed Point Theory Appl. 20 (2018), no. 1, Paper no. 45].
275–293
Split exact sequences of finite MTL-chains. J. L. Castiglioni and W. J. Zuluaga Botero
This paper is devoted to presenting ordinal sums of MTL-chains as a particular case of split short exact sequences of finite chains in the category of semihoops. This module theoretical approach will allows us to prove, in a very elementary way, that every finite locally unital MTL-chain can be decomposed as an ordinal sum of archimedean MTL-chains. Furthermore, we propose the study of MTL-chain extensions and we show that ordinal sums of locally unital MTL-chains are a particular case of these.
295–304
A convergence theorem for approximating minimization and fixed point problems for non-self mappings in Hadamard spaces. Kazeem Olalekan Aremu, Chinedu Izuchukwu, Olawale Kazeem Oyewole, and Oluwatosin Temitope Mewomo
We propose a modified Halpern-type algorithm involving a Lipschitz hemicontractive non-self mapping and the resolvent of a convex function in a Hadamard space. We obtain a strong convergence of the proposed algorithm to a minimizer of a convex function which is also a fixed point of a Lipschitz hemicontractive non-self mapping. Furthermore, we give a numerical example to illustrate and support our method. Our proposed method improves and extends some recent works in the literature.
305–325
A Ricci-type flow on globally null manifolds and its gradient estimates. Mohamed H. A. Hamed, Fortuné Massamba, and Samuel Ssekajja
Locally, a screen integrable globally null manifold $M$ splits through a Riemannian leaf $M'$ of its screen distribution and a null curve $\mathcal{C}$ tangent to its radical distribution. The leaf $M'$ carries a lot of geometric information about $M$ and, in fact, forms a basis for the study of expanding and non-expanding horizons in black hole theory. In the present paper, we introduce a degenerate Ricci-type flow in $M'$ via the intrinsic Ricci tensor of $M$. Several new gradient estimates regarding the flow are proved.
327–349
Complete lifting of double-linear semi-basic tangent valued forms to Weil like functors on double vector bundles. Włodzimierz M. Mikulski
Let $F$ be a product preserving gauge bundle functor on double vector bundles. We introduce the complete lifting $\mathcal{F}\varphi:FK\to \wedge^p T^*FM\otimes TFK$ of a double-linear semi-basic tangent valued $p$-form $\varphi:K\to \wedge^p T^*M\otimes TK$ on a double vector bundle $K$ with base $M$. We prove that this complete lifting preserves the Frolicher–Nijenhuis bracket. We apply the results obtained to double-linear connections.
351–363