Generalized Iterated Function Systems Containing Functions of Integral Type
Keywords:attractor, fixed point, generalized iterated function system, integral type contractions, product space.
A finite collection of mappings which are contractions on a complete metric space constitutes an iterated function system. In this paper we study the generalized iterated function system which contain generalized contractions of integral type from the product space . We prove the existence and uniqueness of the fixed point of such an iterated function system which is also known as its attractor.
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