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# International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication ISSN: 2321-8169

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## Some Theorem for Common Fixed Point for S-Contraction

Mappings in Complete Cone Metric Spaces

Hamid Shojaei
Department of Mathematics, Payame Noor University
Teheran, Iran
hshojaei2000@gmail.com

Abstract:- In this paper we introduced complete cone metric spaces and we proved some common fixed point
theorems of s- contraction mappings, by using coincidence point and weakly compatible condition two mappings on
complete cone metric spaces.

Keywords: Common fixed point; Coincidence point; Contraction; Complete cone metric space; Normal cone.

## 2000 MSC No: 47H10, 54H25

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## 1. Introduction and preliminaries

Huang and Zhang  recently have introduced the concept of cone metric space, where the set of real
numbers is replaced by an ordered Banach space, and they have established some fixed point theorems
for contractive type mappings in a normal cone metric space.

Subsequently, some other authors [1, 9] have generalized the results of Huang and Zhang  and have
studied the existence of common fixed points of a pair of self-mappings satisfying a contractive type
condition in the framework of normal cone metric spaces.

Vetro  extends the results of Abbas and Jungck  and obtains common fixed point of two mappings
satisfying a more general contractive type condition. In  Bari and Vetro obtain results on points of
coincidence and common fixed points in non-normal cone metric spaces. In this paper, we obtain points of
coincidence and common fixed points for - Contraction mappings satisfying generalized contractive type
conditions in a complete cone metric space.

Throughout this paper, we denote by the set of positive integers and by the set of real numbers.

Definition1.1 Let be a Real Banach space and a subset of . Then is called a Cone if and only if :

## (i) be nonempty, closed and satisfies 0 ,

(ii) If ,
, , 0, and , , then + ,

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(iii) If and , then = 0.

## For a Cone , we defined a partial ordering with respect to by if and only if .

We shall write < iff and , and we defined if where is the interior
of .

## From now on, it is assumed that .

The Cone is called normal if there is some positive integer 1, such that, for 0 implies
, for all , . (The norm . is in Real Banach space )

Here, the least positive integer satisfying this equation is called the normal constant of .

is said to be regular if every increasing sequence which is bounded from above is convergent, that is,
if 1 is a sequence such that 1 2 for some , then there is such that lim
=0.

Equivalently, the Cone is regular iff every decreasing sequence which is bounded from below is
convergent.

## (a) If and 0 , then ,

(b) If and , then + + ,
(c) If for all
, and lim = , lim = then .

## Proof. If then = 1 . Since , 0 < 1, we have, from definition 1 (ii), 1

. It follows from definition 1 (iii) that = 0.

## (i) Every regular Cone is normal

(j) For each > 1, there is a normal Cone with normal constant > .
(k) The Cone is regular if every decreasing sequence which is bounded from below is convergent.

: satisfies:

## (a) (, ) for all , ,

0
(b) , = 0 if and only if = ,
(c) , , + , , for all , ,
(d) (, ) for all , ,
, =
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Then is called a Cone metric on , and the pair (, ) is a Cone metric space (CMS).
It is quite natural to consider Cone normed space (CNS).

## Definition 1.6 Let be a vector space over

. The mapping : is called a Cone norm on , if
satisfies the following properties:
(a) 0 for all ,
(b) = 0 if and only if = 0,
(c) + + , for all , ,
(d) = for all
.
The pair (, ) is called Cone -normed spaces. (For simply CNS)

## Definition 1.7 Let (,

) be a Cone metric space. A sequence in is called :

(a) A convergent sequence if for every with 0 , there is such that for all ,
( , )
for some fixed in . We denote this by lim = or ,
.
(b) A Cauchy sequence if for every with 0 , there is such that for all , ,
( , ) .
A cone metric space (,
) is called to be complete if every Cauchy sequence is convergent i .

## Lemma 1.8 Let (,

) be a Cone metric space. If is a convergent sequence in , then the limit of
is unique.

## Lemma 1.10 Every regular Cone is normal.

Proof. Let a regular Cone which is not normal. For all 1, choose , such that and

2 < . For each 1 , put = and = . Then, , , , are all in and, = 1

1
and 2 < , for all 1 . Since the series
=1 2 is convergent and is closed, there is an
1
element such that
=1 2 = . Since,

1 1 1
0 1 1 + 2 1 + 2 + 3 .
22 22 32

1
Thus,
=1 2 is convergent because is regular. Hence, lim = 0 Which is a contradiction.
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2. Main Results

## ). A point is called a coincidence point of ,

Definition 2.1 Let s, T be self-mappings on a CMS (,
if = , and it is called a common fixed point of , if = = .

## Moreover, a pair of self-mappings (, ) is called weakly compatible on if they commute at their

coincidence points, that is, if , and = , then = .

Definition 2.2 Let be a self-map of a Cone metric space . The self-map is called a contraction if
there is some [0,1) such that, (, ) for all , .
(, )

Definition 2.3 Let be a self-map of Cone metric space . The self-map is called contraction if there
is [0,1) such that, (, ) for all , .
(, )

## Theorem 2.4 Let (,

) be a complete Cone metric space and is a normal Cone with a normal constant
, Let , : contraction mappings on , and a contraction that satisfy the following conditions:

(i) ,
(, )
(ii) (, )
(, )

For all , , where [0,1). If and are weakly compatible, then two maps , have a unique
common fixed point and for each sequences 1 , 1 are converges to common fixed point.

## Proof: Let 0 . For any 1, defined:

1 = 0 , 2 = 1 = 0 . . . +1 = = (+1) 0 .

## From (ii) we have;

+1 , +1 , = , 1
(1 , 0 )

If > , we have;

, 1 + 1 , 2 + 2 , 3 + + 1 ,

1 + 2 + +
(1 , 0 )
(1 , 0 ).
1

( , ) (1 , 0 ) .

1

( , ) 0

## Therefore 1 is a Cauchy sequence in (,

), since is a complete Cone metric space, then, there
exists such that . Hence . If there exists such that = .

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So;

, , +
( , )

( , ) .
, +

Let ,

(, ) (
( , ) ) 0 .
(, )+

(, ) = 0 .

= = .

## Since , are weakly compatible in . Hence = = = .

= .

Therefore we have;

, = , , =
(, )

= = .

## Now, let , 0 be two common fixed points of , , we show = 0 . Since = = and 0 = 0 = 0 , by

using (ii) we have;

(, 0 )

therefore;

(, 0 ) ,
, 0 = , 0 , 0 =

## Corollary 2.5 Let (,

) be a complete Cone metric space and is a normal Cone with a normal constant
, such that , : contraction mappings of and a -contraction that satisfy the following condition:

(i) ( , )
( , )

For all , , where [0,1) is a constant, then two maps , have a unique common fixed point in
.

Proof: From theorem 2.4, and have a unique common fixed point .

But = = = = ,
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= = = = ,

## So , are a common fixed points of and . Hence = = . Therefore is a common fixed

point of and . Since the common fixed point of and , is also common fixed point of and ,
therefore common fixed point of , is unique.

## Theorem 2.6 Let (,

) be a complete cone metric space and is a normal cone with a normal constant ,
such that , : satisfy the contractive condition

1
Let [0, ) is a constant,
(, ) (, + , ), for all , . Then s have a common
2

coincidence point. Furthermore, if and are weakly compatible, then , have a unique common fixed
point in .

Proof: Let 0 . For all 1, let 1 = 0 and we define sequence such that = +1 = =
+1 0 . If = +1 for any , then = for all > hence is Cauchy sequence. If +1 for
some then, +1 , = , 1 , + 1 , 1

( +1 , + , 1 )

+1 , 1 , 1 =
( , 1 )

+1 , 1 , 1 =
( , 1 )

## Where = 1 . For > we have;

, , 1 + 1 , 2 + +1 ,

(1 , 0 )
1 + 2 + + (1 , 0 ) .
1

( , )
1
(1 , 0 ) .

, , .
( , ) 0

## Therefore is a Cauchy sequence in , . is Cauchy in , , Since (,

) is a complete Cone
metric space, there exists such that . is a cantraction and = +1 = , therefore
= for Some . We show that = .

We have;

, , + ,

, + , + ,

, + , 1 ( , ) .
+

( , ) .
1 , , 1 +

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, 1 1 , 1 + ( , ) .

.
(, ) 0

## Hence , = 0 and = = . Thus is coincidence point of .

Now, let , be weakly compactable, then they commute at a coincidence point. Therefore,

= = . (1)

= .

which implies,

= . (2)

## Claim: is common fixed point of , . To show this, we have :

(, ) (, +
(, )

Which is equivalent to (, ) .
(, ) (, +

## From (1) and (2):

, , + , = , + , = 0.

Hence , 0, or
(, ) = 0. Therefore = = . Hence is a common fixed point of .

Now, let is another common fixed point of and . Substituting and in the contractive
condition can get,

(, ) (, + , )

Which is equivalent to ,

(, ) (, + , )

(, ) 0

## Hence , = 0, therefore = . Hence, the common fixed point of is unique.

Theorem 2.7 Let , be a complete Cone metric space, be a Cone and 0 < < 1. Let mappings
, : and be a contraction such that satisfy the following condition:

, , 1

## For all , , where;

, + ,
, , , , , .
2
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If and are weakly compatible, then and have a unique common fixed point.

Proof: We shall first show that fixed point of one map is a fixed point of the another. Suppose that
= . Then form 1 ;

, = , , .

## Since 0 < < 1, we have = .

, + ,
Case III. , = , then
2

, + ,
,
2

## Which implies , , = , , and hence = .

In a similar manner we can be shown that any fixed point of is also the fixed point of .

+1 = , for 1.

, +1 , +1 = 1 ,

2 1 , 0 , 1 .

## Again We must consider 3 case.

Case I. , = , , then

, +1 0 , 1 .

## Case II. , = , . Then,

, +1 , +1 = , = , = 1 , 2 1 , 1 = 2 2 , 1

3 2 , 2 0 , 0 = 0 , 1 .

, + ,
Case III. , = , then
2

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, +1 +1 , + , +1 =
2

[ +1 , +1 + , +1 ] = , +1 .
2 2

## Now if , in cases I and II we have;

, , 1 + 1 , 2 +

2 , 3 + + 1 ,

, = , 1 , + +1 , +2 +

+2 , +3 + + 1 ,

+ +2 + + 1
(0 , 1 ) (0 , 1 ) .

1

( , )
(0 , 1 )
1

( , ) 0 holds.

## Therefore 1 is a Cauchy sequence in (,

), since is a complete , there exists such
that, , hence .

, , +
( , )

, + , = , + ,

= , + , .

Let we have;

(, ) 0 .
(, ) (1 + )

(, ) = 0 .

= = .

## In similarly way, we can show that;

, , +
( , )

, + , = , .

(, ) 0 when .
(, )

(, ) = 0

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= = .

## Since , are weakly compatible in . Hence

= = = = .

Therefore we have;

, = , , =
(, )

= = .

## Now, let , 0 be two common fixed points of , , we showed that, = 0 . Since = = 0 = 0 =

0 . We consider 3 cases;

, 0 , 0

, 0 ,

, 0 0 , + , 0
2

In case we have;

(, 0 ) ,
, 0 = , 0 , 0 =

In Case II we have;

, 0 = , 0 , =
(, 0 )

## In Case III we have;

, 0 = , 0 2 0 , + , 0

, 0 + , 0 =
(, 0 )
2 2

Therefore 1
(, 0 ) 0. Since 0 < 1 hence = 0.

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