JCLRJoint Centre for Longitudinal Research (London, UK)
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Since (f, [F.sub.k]) and (g, [F.sub.l]) satisfy the property (JCLR), there exist two sequences {[x.sub.kn]}, {[y.sub.kn]} in Y and [A.sub.k], [B.sub.k] [member of] CL(X) such that
Since [lim.sub.n[right arrow][infinity]] f[x.sub.n] = [lim.sub.n[right arrow][infinity]] g[y.sub.n] = 1/6 [member of] [1/6, 1] = [lim.sub.n[right arrow][infinity]] F[x.sub.n] = [lim.sub.n[right arrow][infinity]] G[y.sub.n], the hybrid pairs (f, F) and (g, G) satisfy the property (JCLR).
If (f, F) and (g, G) satisfy (JCLR) property, weakly commuting and occasionally coincidentally idempotent, then f and g have a common fixed point, while F and G have a common L-fuzzy fixed point.