## A stop over Jain operators and their generalizations

AbstractOn the last five decades the interest of the study of positive approximation processes have emerged with growing evidence. A…

AbstractOn the last five decades the interest of the study of positive approximation processes have emerged with growing evidence. A…

AbstractIn the present paper, we introduce new types of Presić operators. These operators generalize the well-known Istrăţescu mappings, known as…

AbstractIn this paper two new fixed point results are studied. The first result is a theorem that involves (α −β)…

AbstractUsing the weakly Picard operators technique we establish existence, data dependence and comparison results of solutions for a functional integral equation…

AbstractIn this paper we present for the solutions of a planar system of differential equations, extremal principle, Nicolescu-type and Butlewski-type…

AbstractUsing the step method, we study a system of delay differential equations and we prove the existence and uniqueness of…

AbstractIn this paper we study the initial value problem of first order nonlinear differential equations with maxima and discuss the…

AbstractA mathematical model describing the contact between a viscoplastic body and a deformable foundation is analyzed under small deformation hypotheses.…

AbstractWe consider a mathematical model which describes the quasistatic contact between a viscoelastic body and a deformable obstacle, the so-called…

AbstractWe consider a mathematical model which describes the sliding frictional contact between a viscoplastic body and an obstacle, the so-called…

Book summaryA self-consistent theory of stochastic modeling of groundwater systems is presented. Mathematical theory is illustrated and complemented by numerical methods and simulation codes. doi: http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15081-5 book on publisher website…

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Book summaryLocal convergence results on Newton-type methods for nonlinear systems of equations are studied. Solving of large linear systems by Krylov methods (GMRES, GMBACK, MINPERT) are also dealt with, as…

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