Special Issue "New Aspects of Computational Algorithms of Graphical Network in Fixed Point Theory"

Submission Deadline: 30 December 2022
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Guest Editors
Prof. Ismail Naci Cangul, Bursa Uludag University, Turkey
Prof. Ahmet Sinan Cevik, Selcuk University, Turkey
Prof. Aftab Hussain, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Jamshaid Ahmad, University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Summary

Iterative algorithms are utilized for the computation of approximate solutions of stationary and evolutionary problems associated with differential equations. A lot of iterative processes have been established. Fixed point technology in particular applies to computational biology, Networking, gaming, and graph theory etc.

A large variety of problems of analysis and applied mathematics relate to find solutions of nonlinear functional equations which can be formulated in terms of finding the fixed points of nonlinear mappings with help of iterative algorithms. In fact, fixed point theory are extremely substantial tools to determine the existence and uniqueness of solutions of various mathematical models exhibiting phenomena arising in a broad spectrum of fields, such as steady state temperature distribution, chemical equations, neutron transport theory,

economic theories, financial analysis, epidemics, biomedical research and flow of fluids etc.

 

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

· Solution of new iterative approximation schemes with its solutions

· Estimating New Algorithms with its Application

· New Characteristic of Algorithms

· New study of fuzzy set theory

· New study of Topological and graphical Networks

· New research article related to fuzzy mappings

· Existence, uniqueness of single or boundary value problems

· New Techniques of Computational Biology

· Persistence and metric graphs

· Method of Interpolative approximative contractions  


Keywords
Algorithms; networks; graph theory; computational biology; fuzzy optimization; differential equations; fixed point theory.