On Weak Contractive Cyclic Maps in Generalized Metric Spaces and Some Related Results on Best Proximity Points and Fixed Points
Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 2016 : (2016) // Article ID 4186960
This paper discusses the properties of convergence of sequences to limit cycles defined by best proximity points of adjacent subsets for two kinds of weak contractive cyclic maps defined by composite maps built with decreasing functions with either the so-called r-weaker Meir-Keeler or (r, r(0))-stronger Meir-Keeler functions in generalized metric spaces. Particular results about existence and uniqueness of fixed points are obtained for the case when the sets of the cyclic disposal have a nonempty intersection. Illustrative examples are discussed.