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|Indian Journal of Mathematics-Volume 56 (2014)
|Special Volume on Professor Billy Rhoades
|The Indian Journal of Mathematics will be publishing a special volume containing three issues on Billy E. Rhoades, Professor Emeritus at Indiana University Bloomington. He obtained his doctoral degree on Hausdorff Summability Methods from Lehigh University in 1958. He was Albert Tommy Wilansky's first student, and the 5th Ph.D awardee in mathematics from Lehigh. He has made numerous contributions to Summability Theory and Fixed Point Theory. He has published more than 378 papers. In addition he has served the mathematical community with a great sense of dedication and has a very large following throughout the world. You may also look at the following links:
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- Summability methods
- Convergence of iteration procedures
- Fixed point stability and stability of iteration procedures with applications
- Fuzzy fixed point theory
- Variational principles
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