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Vol. 19 (2003), No. 1,
 
On the approximation of fixed points of weak contractive mappings
Author: Vasile Berinde
Abstract: In this paper, the class of weak contractive type mappings, introduced in [3] and studied in [3] and [4] is compared to some other well known contractive type mappings in Rhoades classification [24]. As corollaries of our main results, we obtain several convergence theorems for approximating fixed points by means of Picard iteration. These complete or extend the corresponding results in literature by providing error estimates, rate of convergence for the used iterative method as well as results concerning the data dependence of the fixed points.
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Simultaneous approximation by Schurer type operators
Author: Dan Bărbosu / Mihai Bărbosu
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New stable semi-explicit Runge-Kutta methods
Author: Iulian Coroian
Abstract: Semi-explicit Runge-Kutta methods of order 3 with four stages and order 4 with five stages are discussed, from stability point of view. Some A-stable and L-stable subclasses of such methods are highlighted.
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On a set-valued integral
Author: Anca Croitoru
Abstract: We have introduced in [5] an integral for multifunctions with respect to a multimeasure, both the multifunction and the multimeasure are taking values in the family of all nonempty compact convex subsets of a real Banach algebra. In this work we establish some relations between the integral defined in [5] and the integrals of Aumann [1], Brink - Maritz [3], Brooks [4] and Martellotti - Sambucini [9]. Then we give a Fichtenholz - Kantorovic type theorem using the integral defined in [5].
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On strongly $\delta$-continuous functions
Author: Krishnendu Dutta / S. Ganguly
Abstract: In this paper attempt has been made to study a new class of function called strongly -continuous function and special emphasis is given on homotopy and retraction related properties.
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Positive solutions of nonlinear functional-integral equations
Author: Andrei Horvat-Marc
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On some bivariate Hermite type interpolation and numerical integration formulae
Author: Ioana Tașcu
Abstract: In this paper we present a bivariate interpolation formula using four multi- ple nodes and then the corresponding numerical integration formula for a double integral extended over a rectangular domain. The cubature formula (3.1) represents an extension to two variables of the Hermite quadrature formula (1.1). At (4.1) we give an integral representation for the remainder of this cubature formula.
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Professor Iulian Coroian at his 65th anniversary
Author: Vasile Berinde
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The deduction and evaluation of a new colour space for image compression
Author: Ovidiu Cosma
Abstract: Abstract. The properties of the colour space affect the performance of the image compression scheme, especially at high compression ratios. This paper proposes a new colour space, whose chrominance axes were deduced experimentally.
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Y. L. Nosenko (1941-2003)
Author: Vasile Berinde
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On some bivariate Hermite type interpolation and numerical integration formulae
Author: Ioana Tașcu
Abstract: Abstract. In this paper we present a bivariate interpolation formula using four multiple nodes and then the corresponding numerical integration formula for a double integral extended over a rectangular domain. The cubature formula (3.1) represents an extension to two variables of the Hermite quadrature formula (1.1). At (4.1) we give an integral representation for the remainder of this cubature formula.
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