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Banach's fixed point theorem provides a mechanism to solve the forward problem of the fixed point equation x = Tx: Given a contraction T, construct, or at least approximate, its fixed point [bar.
Instead, one makes use of the following result, which is a simple consequence of Banach's fixed point theorem.
In view of Banach's fixed point theorem, problem (3.
2) is significant in the celebrated Banach's fixed point theorem [1].
Kannan [16] established an extension of the Banach's fixed point theorem by using the following contractive definition: For a selfmap T, there exists [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Valero: Banach's fixed point theorems for metric spaces, Rend.