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ISSN: 2278-2397

M. Arunkumar1, C. Devi Shyamala Mary2

1

Tamil Nadu, India.

Department of Mathematics, St.Joseph's College of Arts and Science, Cuddalore - 607 001,

Tamil Nadu, India.

E.mail: annarun2002@yahoo.co.in, shyam.mary@gmail.com

Abstract: In this paper, we obtain the and generalized Ulam - Hyers stability of a AC mixed type

functional equation

method.

Key WordsAdditive functional equations, cubic functional equations, Mixed type AC functional

equations, generalized Ulam Hyers stability, fixed point

1. INTRODUCTION

= k 2 f x y f x y 2 1 k 2 f x

equations is related to a question of Ulam [19]

concerning

the

stability

of

group

homomorphisms and affirmatively answered

for Banach spaces by Hyers [8]. It was further

generalized and excellent results obtained by

number of authors [2, 5 13, 15, 17].

(1.2)

problem was tackled by numerous authors and

its solutions via various forms of functional

equations like additive, quadratic, cubic,

quartic, mixed type functional equations which

involves only these types of functional

equations were discussed. We refer the

interested readers for more information on

such

problems

to

the

monographs

[1,4,7,9,10,11,16,19].

The general solution and Ulam stability of

mixed type additive and cubic functional

equation of the form

3 f x y z f x y z f x y z

f x y z 4 f x f y f z

= 4 f x y f x z f y z

(1.1)

introduced by J.M. Rassias [14]. The stability

of generalized mixed type functional equation

of

the

form

f x ky f x ky

for fixed integers k with k 0,1 in quasi Banach spaces was investigated by M. Eshaghi

Gordji and H. Khodaie [6].

Recently, M.Arunkumar, et. al., [3] introduced

and investigated the general solution and

generalized Ulam Hyers stability of the AC mixed type functional equation

f (2 x y ) f (2 x y )

= 4[ f ( x y ) f ( x y )] 6 f ( y ) (1.3)

having solution

f ( x) = ax bx 3 .

(1.4)

given in the following lemmas.

Lemma 1.1 [3] Let U and V be real vector

spaces. If f : U V be a mapping satisfying

(1.3) and let g : U V be a mapping given

by

g ( x) = f (2 x) 8 f ( x)

(1.5)

g (2 x) = 2 g ( x)

(1.6)

Lemma 1.2 [3] Let U and V be real vector

spaces. If f : U V be a mapping satisfying

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by

METHOD: ADDITIVE CASE

h( x) = f (2 x) 2 f ( x)

(1.7)

which there exists a function : U 2 (0, ]

with the condition

h(2 x ) = 8h( x)

lim

(1.8)

(2.1)

Remark 1.3 [3] If f : U V be a mapping

satisfying (1.3) and let g , h : U V be a

mapping defined in (1.5) and (1.8) then

1

f ( x) = (h( x) g ( x))

6

the functional inequality

F ( x , y ) ( x, y )

(2.2)

(1.9)

for all x U .

Now, we present the following theorem due to

B. Margolis and J.B. Diaz [12] for fixed point

theory.

Theorem 1.4. [12] Suppose that for a complete

generalized metric space , d and a strictly

contractive mapping T : with Lipschitz

constant L . Then, for each given x , either

d T n x, T n 1 x

1

in x, in y 0

in

for all n 0 ,

that the function

x

x x ,

2

x

(2.3)

Then there exists a unique additive mapping

A : U V satisfying (1.3) and

f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A( x )

i) d T n x, T n 1 x for all n n0 ;

L

i x

i

Li 1

x

1 L

(2.4)

for all x U .

to a fixed point y* of T

y : d T n0 x, y ;

iv) d y , y *

1

d y , Ty

1 L

Consider

the

set

and introduce the

p p : U V , p 0 0

Proof:

generalized metric on ,

d g , h inf K 0, p x q x K x , x U

for all y .

fixed method for additive, cubic and mixed

cases are discussed in Section 2,3 and 4,

respectively.

Through out this paper, let U be a vector

space and V Banach space. Define a mapping

F : U V by

F ( x, y ) f (2 x y ) f (2 x y )

4[ f ( x y ) f ( x y )] 6 f ( y )

for all x, y U .

T :

by

Tp x

1

p i x for all x U .

i

d p , q K p x q x K x , x U ,

1

1

1

p i x

q i x K i x , x U ,

i

i

1

1

p i x

q i x LK x , x U ,

i

i

T p x T q x LK x , x U ,

d Tp , Tq LK .

i.e., T is a strictly contractive mapping of ,

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( x, x) in (2.2), we obtain

x

x

g ( x) 2 g

2

2

(2.13)

f (3x) 4 f (2 x) 5 f ( x) ( x, x)

(2.5)

(2.2), we get

f (4 x) 4 f (3 x) 6 f (2 x) 4 f ( x) ( x,2 x)

reduces to

x

g ( x) 2 g ( x)

2

for all x U ,

(2.6)

have

d g , Tg L1i .

cases, it follows that there exists a fixed point

A of T in such that

f (4 x) 10 f (2 x) 16 f ( x)

4 f (3 x) 4 f (2 x) 5 f ( x)

f (4 x) 4 f (3 x) 6 f (2 x) 4 f ( x )

4 ( x, x) ( x, 2 x)

A( x ) lim

(2.14)

(2.7)

Putting x, y by in x, in y in (2.2) and divide

f (4 x) 10 f (2 x) 16 f ( x) ( x)

(2.8)

where

( x) = 4 ( x, x) ( x,2 x)

(2.9)

f (4 x) 8 f (2 x) 2( f (2 x) 8 f ( x)) ( x)

(2.10)

for all x U . Using (1.5) in (2.10), we

obtain

g (2 x) 2 g ( x) ( x)

A x, y lim

(2.11)

g (2 x )

( x)

g ( x)

2

2

d f , A

x

2

in x, in y

in

1

d f , Tf

1 L

this implies

L1i

d f , Tf

1 L

which yields

lim

point alternative, we obtain

reduces to

n

i

f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A( x ) K x

d f , A

for all x U

F in x, in y

According to the alternative fixed point, since

A is the unique fixed point of T in the set

A : d f , A , A is the unique function

such that

(2.12)

g (2 x )

g ( x) L ( x)

2

1

f ( in 1 x) 8 f (in x)

in

f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A( x )

L1i

x

1 L

The following Corollary is an immediate

consequence of Theorem 2.1 concerning the

stability of (1.3).

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there exists real numbers and s such that

Thus

s

s

x y ,

F ( x, y )

s

s

x y ,

x s y s x

s 1;

1

s ;

2

1

, s ;

2

2s

2s

(2.15)

for all x, y U then there exists a unique

additive function A : U V

such that

5,

s

s

9 2 x

,

s

2 2

s

f (2x) 8 f ( x) A(x) 4 2s x

,

2s

22

s

s

2s

14 2 2 x

,

2 22s

2s

2s

2s

has

we

the

have

property

i 1 5 ,

s 1

s 1 9 2

s

i 2 s || x || ,

s 1 4 2 s

2s

i 2 2 s || x || ,

14 2 s 2 2 s

2s

is 1

|| x || ,

22 s

n

i

s

s

n x in y ,

in x, in y in i

in

nx s n y s ,

i

in i

n x s n y s nx

i

i

n i

i

But

5,

s1

9 2 || x ||s,

s

2

x

x x x

x 4 , , x, 4 2s 2s

2

2 2 2 2s || x || ,

2

14 2s 22s

2s

|| x || .

2s

2

Proof: Setting

holds.

5

,

i

9 2 s 1

s

|| i x || ,

s

i

1

i x

s

i

4 2 || x ||2 s ,

i

i 2 2 s

14 2 s 2 2 s

2s

|| i x || ,

2s

for all x U .

is

x

x x

2

L

x

i x ,

i

Now

(2.16)

s

s

x y ,

x, y, z

s

s

x y ,

s

s

x y x

(2.1)

in y

2s

i 1 ( x ),

s 1 ( x ),

i

4 s 1

i ( x ),

4 s 1

i ( x ),

as n ,

L 2 s 1

as n ,

if i 1 .

as n ,

for (ii).

as n .

Case: 1 L 2s 1 for s 1 if i 0 .

for s 1 if i 0 and L

1

2 s 1

for s 1

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s 1 1 0

f (2 x ) 8 f ( x) A( x)

2

1 2

s 1

9 2 s 1

s

|| x ||

s

2

2

s

9 2 s 1

s

|| x ||

2 2 2s

s 1

2 2s

Case: 2

1

s 1 9 2 s 1

2

s

f (2 x ) 8 f ( x) A( x)

|| x ||

s

1

1 s 1 2

2

2 s 9 2 s 1

s

s

|| x ||

2 2 2s

9 2 || x ||

s 1

2s 2

cases

if i 0 ,

L 2 4 s 1

if i 1 ,

24 s 1

for s 1 if

i 1,

f (2 x) 2 f ( x) C ( x)

if i 0 and L

s

s

x y ,

s

s

F ( x, y )

x y ,

x s y s x

s 3;

2

s ;

3

2

s ;

3

2s

2s

24 s 1

cubic function C : U V such that

5

7 ,

s

9 2 s 1 x

,

s

82

2s

f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A( x )

4 22s x

8 22s

14 2 s 22 s x

8 22s

for s 1 if

corollary is similar to that of Theorem 2.1 and

Corollary 2.2. Hence the details of the proof is

omitted.

3. STABILITY RESULTS FIXED POINT

METHOD: CUBIC CASE

Theorem 3.1 Let F : U V be a mapping for

which there exist a function : U 2 (0, ]

with the condition

1

( in x, in y ) 0

i3n

with i 2 if i 0 and

(3.4)

there exists real numbers and s such that

proof is complete.

Li 1

x

1 L

for all x U .

i 1

lim

(3.3)

(3.5)

1

for s 1 if i 0 , L

L 2 4 s 1 for s 1

L

i x .

i3

L2

C : U V satisfying (1.3) and

for s 1 if i 1 .

1

L 1

2

11

x

x x ,

2

9 2 || x ||

1

L s 1

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(3.1)

1

i

2

if i 1 such that

(3.6)

for all x U .

4. STABILITY RESULTS FIXED POINT

METHOD: MIXED CASE

Theorem 4.1 Let F : U V be a mapping for

which there exist a function : U 2 (0, ]

with conditions (3.1) and (4.1) where i 2 if

i 0 and i

1

2

F ( x , y ) ( x, y )

(4.1)

(3.2)

that the function

inequality

F ( x , y ) ( x, y )

2s

such that the function

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x

x x ,

2

additive mapping A : U V and unique cubic

mapping C : U V such that

unique additive mapping A : U V and a

unique cubic mapping C : U V satisfying

(1.3) and

f ( x) A( x ) C ( x )

1 Li 1

x

31 L

(4.2)

for all x U .

Proof: By Theorems 3.1 and 4.1, there exists a

unique additive function A1 : U V and a

unique cubic function C1 : U V such that

f (2 x) 8 f ( x ) A1 ( x)

Li 1

x

1 L

(4.3)

5 7 ,

9 2s 1

1

s

x ,

s

8 2 s

3 2 2

4 22 s 1

1

2s

x ,

2

s

2

s

22

3

7

8

14 2 s 22 s

1

1

2

s

2

s

22

3

7 8 2

2s

(4.5)

for all x U .

and

f (2 x ) 2 f ( x ) C1 ( x )

Li 1

x

1 L

(4.4)

can see that

1

1

f (2x) 8f (x) A1(x) f (2x) 2f (x) C1(x)

f (x) A1(x) C1(x)

6

6

6

6 6

6

6

6

1

f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A1 ( x) f (2 x) 8 f ( x) A1 ( x)

6

1 Li 1

Li 1

x

x

6 1 L

1 L

A1 ( x, x )

x U

f ( x) A( x) C ( x)

1

A( x, x)

6

1

6

consequence of Theorem 4.6, using

Corollaries 4.3 and 4.5 concerning the stability

of (I.8).

Corollary 4.2 Let F : U V be a mapping and

there exists real numbers and s such that

,

s

s

x y , s 1, 3;

1 3

F ( x, y)

s

s

x y , s , ;

2 2

x s y s x 2 s y 2 s

(4.4)

1 3

s , ;

2 2

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