On approximating fixed points of weak enriched contraction mappings via Kirk’s iterative algorithm in Banach spaces


 Nithiarayaphaks, Woraphak and Sintunavarat, Wutiphol


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Recently Berinde and Păcurar [Approximating fixed points of enriched contractions in Banach spaces.  J. Fixed Point Theory Appl. 22 (2020), no. 2., 1–10], first introduced the idea of enriched contraction mappings and proved the existence of a fixed point of an enriched contraction mapping using the well-known fact that any fixed point of {the averaged mapping T_\lambda, where \lambda\in (0,1], is also a fixed point of the initial mapping T}. In this work, we introduce the idea of weak enriched contraction mappings, and a new generalization of an averaged mapping called double averaged mapping. The first attempt is to prove the existence and uniqueness of the fixed point of a double averaged mapping associated with a weak enriched contraction mapping. Based on this result on Banach spaces, we give some sufficient conditions for the equality of all fixed points of a double averaged mapping and the set of all fixed points of a weak enriched contraction mapping. Moreover, our results show that an appropriate Kirk’s iterative algorithm can be used to approximate a fixed point of a weak enriched contraction mapping. An illustrative example for showing the efficiency of our results is given.

 

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 Nithiarayaphaks, Woraphak,  Sintunavarat, Wutiphol

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https://doi.org/10.37193/CJM.2023.02.07