Prof. Qiwen Xue (Deputy Dean of School of Civil Enginerring, Dalian Jiaotong University, China)
Research Area: Fatigue Strength, Structural Dynamics of Complex Systems
Prof. Chengde Zheng (School of Science, Dalian Jiaotong University, China)
Research Area: Neural Network Dynamics
Prof. Erdal Karapinar (Department of Mathematics, Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey)
Research Area: Köthe Spaces, Orlicz Spaces, Frechet Spaces, Power Series Spaces, Linear Topological Invariants, Functional Analysis, Topology (Point set), Fixed Point Theory, Best Proximity Point Theory
Title: Is there a recession in the metric fixed point theory?
Abstract: The main aim of this talk is to indicate the dilemmas of the metric fixed point theory. First, we want to underline that almost all real-world problems are in the context of fixed point theorems. This observation reflects the fact that how metric fixed point theory can be helpful in a vast number of distinct disciplines. In other words, the metric fixed point theory has extensive application potential. On the other hand, several results or their equivalent forms were re-published due to ambitious authors' great interest in the metric fixed point theory. A substantial part of the new results suggested overlap with the current results. This talk aims to underline the difference between the novel and overlap results.
Asso. Prof. Anum Shafiq (Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China)
Research Area: Solutions of Nonlinear Differential equations, Sensitivity Analysis, Distribution Theory, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical and computational methods in statistics, Computational Fluid Dynamics