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By Mohamed A. Khamsi

Content material:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–11):
Chapter 2 Metric areas (pages 13–40):
Chapter three Metric Contraction rules (pages 41–69):
Chapter four Hyperconvex areas (pages 71–99):
Chapter five “Normal” buildings in Metric areas (pages 101–124):
Chapter 6 Banach areas: creation (pages 125–170):
Chapter 7 non-stop Mappings in Banach areas (pages 171–196):
Chapter eight Metric mounted element thought (pages 197–241):
Chapter nine Banach house Ultrapowers (pages 243–271):

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Is the converse true? 11. 16 Show that (Mc,d*) is a metric space. 17 Show that (Mc,dm) is complete. 18 Show that (M,d*) is dense in (Mc,d*). 11 is not complete. 15 is complete. 21 Show that the metric space consisting of all irrational numbers is separable. 22 Show that any subspace of a separable metric space is separable. 40 CHAPTER 2. 23 Show that the space of all nonempty compact subsets of a separable metric space M endowed with the Hausdorff metric is separable. 24 Let (M,d) be a complete metric space and φ : M —» [0, oo) an arbitrary nonnegative function.

X))). TTien there exists x € M suc/i ί/ιαί g(x) = x. (**) 58 CHAPTER 3. METRIC CONTRACTION PRINCIPLES Proof. Introduce the partial order > in M as follows. For x,y € M say that y > χ <=> max{d(x, y),cd(f(x), f(y))} < φ(/(χ)) - ), and for α,β € / set β > a <=> Χβ > xa. ι is a nonincreasing net in R + so there exists r > 0 such that = r. \imip(f(xa)) a Let ε > 0. Then there exists ao 6 / such that a > ao implies r < tp(f(xa)) a > ao, m a x i d ^ ^ ^ ) ^ ^ / ^ ) , / ^ ) ) } <

Xn} is a Cauchy sequence. Proof. Since rpn (t) —► 0 for t > 0, V (e) < ε f° r a ny ε > 0. In view of Step 1, given any ε > 0 it is possible to choose n so that d(xn+ï,xn) <ε-ψ(ε). Now let K (χη,ε) = {x e M : d (x, xn) < ε). Ί\ινΛ\ίζ£Κ(χη,ε), d{T(z),xn)n. This completes Step 2. 8. 2. FURTHER EXTENSIONS OF BANACH'S PRINCIPLE 51 The key step in proving the existence of a fixed point in each of the previous results involved showing that given x € M, {T"(x)} is a Cauchy sequence (and then invoking continuity of T).

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