Abstract: In this paper, we define a Halpern–Ishikawa type iterative method for approximating a fixed point of a Lipschitz pseudocontractive non-self mapping T in a real Hilbert space settings and prove strong convergence result of the iterative method to a fixed point of T under some mild conditions. We give a numerical example to support our results. Our results improve and generalize most of the results that have been proved for this important class of nonlinear mappings.

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to study the existence and approximation of a common fixed point of a pair of mappings satisfying a relaxed (ψ, ϕ)-weakly N-contractive condition and existence and approximation of a fixed point of a relaxed (ψ, ϕ)-weakly N-contraction mapping in the setting of modular spaces. Our theorems improve and generalize the results in Mongkolkeha and Kumam [23] and Öztürk et. al [26]. To validate our results numerical examples are provided.

Abstract: A new generalized class of distributions called the Lindley-Burr XII Power Series (LBXIIPS) distribution is proposed and explored. This new class of distributions contain some special cases such as Lindley-Burr XII Poisson (LBXIIP), Lindley-Burr XII Logarithmic (LBXIIL), Lindley-Burr XII Binomial (LBXIIB) and their sub-models among others. Some structural properties of the new distribution including moments, probability weighted moments, distribution of the order statistics and ent...

Abstract: In this paper, a new generalized family of distributions called the exponentiated odd Weibull-Topp-Leone-G (EOW-TL-G) family of distributions is presented. A linear representation of the proposed model is also presented. A simulation study to examine the consistency of the maximum likelihood estimates is conducted. Usefulness of the new proposed model was assessed by means of applications to two real data examples.

Abstract: A new algorithm for approximating solutions of the split equality variational inequality problems (SEVIP) for pseudomonotone mappings in the setting of Banach spaces is introduced. Strong convergence of the sequence generated by the proposed algorithm to a solution of the SEVIP is then derived without assuming the Lipschitz continuity of the underlying mappings and without prior knowledge of operator norms of the bounded linear operators involved. In addition, we provide several ap...

Abstract: In this paper, we introduce an iterative process, which converges strongly to the solution of a general split fixed point problem governed by demicontractive mappings and prove strong convergence theorems in Banach spaces.

Abstract: The 2014–2016 West African outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) was the largest and most deadly to date. Contact tracing, following up those who may have been infected through contact with an infected individual to prevent secondary spread, plays a vital role in controlling such outbreaks. Our aim in this work was to mechanistically represent the contact tracing process to illustrate potential areas of improvement in managing contact tracing efforts. We also explored the role co...

Abstract: Recently, Chang et al. (2015) constructed an algorithm that converges weakly to the solution of the split equality fixed point problem for quasi-pseudo-contractive mappings under some suitable conditions. They also showed that strong convergence is obtained in the case when the quasi-pseudo-contractive mappings are semi-compact. In this article, we construct an algorithm for quasi-pseudo-contractive mappings that always converge strongly to some solution of the split equality fixed...

Introduction In Mathematics class in every discussion or lesson to be tackled, there is a part where students or learners tend to be exposed to problem-solving. An activity that stimulates those learners to understand today's topic or access their mastery of the lesson that the teacher teaches. The ability to solve problems is a basic life skill and is essential to our day-to-day lives, at home, at school, at home, and at work. We solve problems every day with or without thinking about how we...

Abstract The objective of this present work is to introduce a new method of solving quadratic equations different from the existing methods. In this paper, we explicitly explain the new method and carefully discussed the conditions necessary for using this new approach. Finally, we apply our new approach to solve some questions and compare the result with the existing methods and results coincide. KEYWORD: The following are the keywords to be discuss namely; Affected quadratic equation,Absolu...

Abstract: In this paper, we extend the application of generalized fuzzy metric space and generalized locations with fuzzy mapping such as quasi-pseudo-metric spaces and cone metric spaces. Some assumptions are also acceptable for α-commuting, α-weakly consistent mapping, L-fuzzy mapping for L-fuzzy sets, and a pair of βFL - L-fuzzy mappings. Based on the above definitions, some interesting coincidence points, common fixed points, and fixed point results are obtained that generalize not o...

Abstract Mathematics is a key subject which students cannot avoid if they have to lead a bright future. Despite the introduction and implementation of different teaching methods and strategies suggested by researchers the achievement of students in mathematics at school level has persistently been poor, hence the need to explore the influence of different instructional approaches. The purpose of this study was to find out the extent to which instructional practices influenced students’ ach...

Kifilideen's Matrix Sequence

Kifilideen matrix had been in existence which emanate from the Kifilideen trinomial theorem for the arrangement of power combination of each term of the Kifilideen trinomial expansion in sequential order. The continuous interaction with the pattern, progression and sequential order in which the power combination of the positive and negative power of and of Kifilideen trinomial theorem are arranged in the Kifilideen matrix give incite that a general sequence can be developed to follow thi...

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