Volume
8, No.
4,
December 2015
Articles 


Weak Compatibilty and Fixed Point Theorem in Fuzzy Metric Spaces using Implicit Relation In this paper, we prove a common fixed point theorem for weakly compatible mappings in fuzzy metric space by removing the assumption of continuity and replacing the completeness of the space with a set of alternative conditions. 

Rajinder Sharma
JJMS, 2015, 8(4),271280

On Quasi SemipreθClosed Sets in Topology
N. Levine [8] introduced and investigated the notion of generalized closed set. It is the object of this paper to offer a new notion of generalized closed set called quasi semipreθclosed set. This class is obtained by generalizing semipreθclosed sets. We also study and characterize the class of βθT_{½} spaces. 

Miguel Caldas
JJMS, 2015, 8(4),281291

Parity Combination Cordial Labeling of Graphs
In this paper we de ne a new graph labeling called parity combination cordial labeling. Let G be a (p, q) graph. Let f be an injective map from V (G) to {1. 2, ..., p}. For each edge xy, assign the label (^{x}_{y}) or (^{y}_{x}) according as x > y or y > x. f is called a parity combination cordial labeling (PCClabeling) if f is a one to one map and  e_{f} (0)  e_{f} (1)  ≤ 1 where e_{f} (0) and e_{f} (1) denote the number of edges labeled with an even number and odd number, respectively. A graph with a parity combination cordial labeling is called a parity combination cordial graph (PCCgraph). Also we investigate the PCClabeling behavior of path, cycle, fan, comb, complete graph, wheel, crown, star. A conjecture is stated at the end.


S. Sathish
Narayanan
R. Ponraj
A. M. S.
Ramasamy
JJMS,
2015, 8(4),293308

Tripled Coincidence Point Theorem in Fuzzy Metric Spaces
In this present paper we prove some common tripled fixed point theorems for contractive mappings in fuzzy metric spaces under geometrically convergent tnorms. Our aim of this paper is to improve the result of A. Gupta, R. Narayan and R. N. Yadava, Tripled Fixed Point For Compatible Mappings In Partially Ordered Fuzzy Metric Spaces, The Journal Of Fuzzy Mathematics 22(3), 565580, 2014. Our technique for the proof of the theorem is different. We also give an example in support of our theorem.


Animesh
Gupta
R.N. Yadava
Rajesh
Shrivastava
JJMS,
2015, 8(4),309325

Modified
Newton
Type
Methods
with
Higher
Order
Convergence
Inspired
by a
recent
result
of
McDougall
and
Wortherspoon,
we
obtain
new
iterative
methods
for
solving
nonlinear
equations.
Also we
derive
certain
hybrid
methods
these
methods
and the
standard
secant
method.
The
resulting
methods
turn out
to be of
higher
order of
convergence
and are
more
efficient
than the
existing
ones.
The
methods
are
compared
with
some of
the
recent
existing
methods. 

Pankaj Jain
Chet Raj
Bhatta
Jivandhar
Jnawali
JJMS,
2015, 8(4),327341

