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The aim of this paper is to study orthogonality preserving mappings between inner product pro-
-modules V and W over a pro-
-algebra A. We prove the analogue of the result of Ilišević and Turnšek in the set up of inner product pro-
Translate the positive-integer lattice points in the first quadrant by some amount in the horizontal and vertical directions, and consider a decreasing concave (or convex) curve in the first quadrant. Construct a family of curves by rescaling in the coordinate directions while preserving area,...
In this paper, we study the properties of volume function V(r, a) associated with vector-valued meromorphic functions in an infinite dimensional Banach space and obtain some significant results on volume deficiency.
In this paper we improve and rectify two recent results of Banerjee and Majumder (Analysis 34(2):143–162, 2014) relating to the uniqueness of meromorphic functions sharing three sets. We also show that the uniqueness of two nonconstant meromorphic functions can be achieved without any condition...
We study the distortion of area under the class of orientation preserving harmonic maps into the unit disk and the class of harmonic univalent maps onto the unit disk.
In this paper, we prove fixed point theorem for weakly contractive mappings using locally T-transitivity of binary relation and presenting a variant of Harjani and Sadarangani theorem involving more general relation theoretic metrical notions. Our results under universal relation reduces to...
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