Zeros of Accretive Operators.

Klaus Deimling

Manuscripta mathematica (1974)

  • Volume: 13, page 365-374
  • ISSN: 0025-2611; 1432-1785/e

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Deimling, Klaus. "Zeros of Accretive Operators.." Manuscripta mathematica 13 (1974): 365-374. <>.

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TI - Zeros of Accretive Operators.
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  4. Simeon Reich, Minimal displacement of points under weakly inward pseudo-lipschitzian mappings
  5. Claudio H. Morales, Pseudo-contractive mappings and the Leray-Schauder boundary condition
  6. Claudio H. Morales, Zeros for strongly accretive set-valued mappings
  7. Birendra Kumar Sharma, Daya Ram Sahu, Firmly pseudo-contractive mappings and fixed points
  8. Günter Müller, Jochen Reinermann, Fixed point theorems for pseudo-contractive mappings and a counterexample for compact maps
  9. Rainald Schöneberg, On the structure of fixed point sets of pseudo-contractive mappings. II.
  10. Donal O'Regan, Fixed point theory for compact perturbations of pseudocontractive maps

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