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N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple
According to Frenet Frame
Sileyman SENYURT and Abdussamet CALISKAN (Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Mathematics, Ordu University, 52100, Ordu/Turkey)
Email: senyurtsuleyman@hotmail.com
Abstract: In this paper, when the unit Darboux vector of the partner curve of Mannheim curve are taken as the position vectors, the curvature and the torsion of Smarandache curve are calculated. These values are expressed depending upon the Mannheim curve. Besides,
we illustrate example of our main results.
Key Words: Mannheim curve, Mannheim partner curve, Smarandache Curves, Frenet
invariants.
AMS(2010): 53A04
§1. Introduction
A regular curve in Minkowski spacetime, whose position vector is composed by Frenet frame vectors on another regular curve, is called a Smarandache curve ([12]). Special Smarandache curves have been studied by some authors .
Melih Turgut and Siitha Yilmaz studied a special case of such curves and called it Smaran dache T Bz curves in the space E} ([12]). Ahmad T.Ali studied some special Smarandache curves in the Euclidean space. He studied FrenetSerret invariants of a special case ([{1]). Muhammed Cetin , Yilmaz Tuncer and Kemal Karacan investigated special Smarandache curves according to Bishop frame in Euclidean 3Space and they gave some differential goematric properties of Smarandache curves, also they found the centers of the osculating spheres and curvature spheres of Smarandache curves ({5]). Senyurt and Caligkan investigated special Smarandache curves in terms of Sabban frame of spherical indicatrix curves and they gave some characterization of Smarandache curves (([4]). Ozcan Bektag and Salim Yiice studied some special Smarandache curves according to Darboux Frame in E® ((2]). Nurten Bayrak, Ozcan Bektag and Salim Yiice studied some special Smarandache curves in E? [3]. Kemal Tasképrii, Murat Tosun studied special Smarandache curves according to Sabban frame on S? ({11]).
In this paper, special Smarandache curve belonging to a* Mannheim partner curve such as N*C™* drawn by Frenet frame are defined and some related results are given.
1Received September 8, 2014, Accepted February 12, 2015.
2 Stileyman SENYURT and Abdussamet CALISKAN
§2. Preliminaries
The Euclidean 3space E® be inner product given by (,) =a] +03 + 93
where (21,22,%3) € E®. Let a: I > E® be a unit speed curve denote by {T,N, B} the moving Frenet frame . For an arbitrary curve a € E®, with first and second curvature, « and T respectively, the Frenet formulae is given by ([6], [9])
T’ =kKN N'’=«T+7B (2.1) Bl =—TN.
For any unit speed a : I > E3, the vector W is called Darboux vector defined by
W =7(s)T(s) + «(s) + B(s).
If consider the normalization of the Darboux C = wm” we have
cosy = WON siny = 
we) [WII
C = sin yT(s) + cos pB(s) (2.2)
where Z(W, B) = y. Let a : I — E® and a* : I — E®? be the C?— class differentiable unit speed two curves and let {T(s), N(s), B(s)} and {T*(s), N*(s), B*(s)} be the Frenet frames of the curves @ and a*, respectively. If the principal normal vector N of the curve a is linearly dependent on the binormal vector B of the curve a*, then (qa) is called a Mannheim curve and (a*) a Mannheim partner curve of (a). The pair (a, a*) is said to be Mannheim pair ([7], [8]). The relations between the Frenet frames {T(s), N(s), B(s)} and {T*(s), N*(s), B*(s)} are as follows: T* = coséT — sindB
N* = sin @T + cos6B (2.3) BY =N cos 9 = oor. : * dsx (2.4) sin 6 = Ar* — ds
where Z(T,T*) = 0 ([8}).
Theorem 2.1([7]) The distance between corresponding points of the Mannheim partner curves
in E® is constant.
N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple According to Frenet Frame 3
Theorem 2.2 Let (a,a*) be a Mannheim pair curves in E?. For the curvatures and the torsions
of the Mannheim curve pair (a, a*) we have,
ds* = en g@—— K=7* sin ae (2.5) ds* = —7* g@— T T* cos ag and .. ad, K — dse Nr K2 + 7? (2.6)
d T= (sin 0 — r cos) — S
BS 
Theorem 2.3 Let (a,a*) be a Mannheim pair curves in For the torsions T* of the
Mannheim partner curve a* we have
Theorem 2.4([{10]) Let (a,a*) be a Mannheim pair curves in E®. For the vector C* is the
direction of the Mannheim partner curve a* we have
g’ Ct = —— a Seca (2.7) ie Cae ie Ga)
where the vector C' is the direction of the Darboux vector W of the Mannheim curve a.
§3. N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple According to
Frenet Frame
Let (a,a*) be a Mannheim pair curves in E* and {T*N*B*} be the Frenet frame of the Mannheim partner curve a* at a*(s). In this case, N*C*  Smarandache curve can be defined by
1 * * fils) = 5(N" +"). (3.1)
Solving the above equation by substitution of N* and C* from (2.3) and (2.7), we obtain
(cos 6 W  + sin 04/6’? + W2)T + ON + (cos 04/6”? + W2 — sin  W)B
a” +  WI?
Ai(s) =
(3.2)
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The derivative of this equation with respect to s is as follows,
W ’ 9 _ 9’ «cos é shy = \W  ‘\  Tp, (8) (Arr) ee cst]? + = (yetthe) i v fils OO —
2 ( Ww \ aE 4 no 4yWI) e (eL.)'4 0/2+4W]2 0 AT W] ATW] /9'24\WIl2 0’
eet wee Ww)". ee ( ts) sind] B
677+ W? if
2 nO? +)WI2)  ( hal \e  aa ww . WwW 2 79/2 W? a (3.3)
In order to determine the first curvature and the principal normal of the curve (1(s), we formalize
v3 (ri cos @ +r sin 6)T + 73N + (—7 sin @ + 2 cos 6)B
Tp, (s) = Pfr, dao Um et. ey ce « ana 2m ata (=) er 4 20? +I?) satin 2(s ML) 8 6'2+W ? 0’ ATW] ATW  Vf 0/2 + WI? 0’ where
n = 2 ) (pe) Ne EA for siwie Jor iw A es ae (ena ey ArW' fo? + WIP 6! forse 9 or Bt He Ww 1/9? + (IW? ie (——)’( ) eS (iS)
6? + W] Ar 6? + W] o 62 + W]
eee yy W 
ee ee ea fee cd : eA oe K Pe
El a la) (2 can  Ge)
N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple According to Frenet Frame
el (  ) +2 6k \{( W pee 4 a lor? + WII? XT W 62 + WII o
3 Ww 6" a  Ww chia ( 624 IW =) 9°? + WII2 2(=) ( ERAT 6
x
 een Sees 
nn +
2 Ww 207 On \2 Ww yr V9? + IW IP Iw ( 92 4. IW =)  Ga) ae 6!  ( aT
= x
 Wl]
> Gawd) (Gera OH Wye)
e+ W 6” + W ?
CA Ga) Gm (Ge ATW  6? + W2
0
/ o? + W 4 fo? + W ia ay
It 6”? sn) ~ Ga pee) 0! (2) (4 ye wi y_#_)
(
We) te y
(ld
——~ nS”
CNS
NS ~
0? + WIP Vo? + WIP? 6? + W IP ( OK )I( Ww  eel MAM for eis ver +iwie 8
aa) ($)  Gain) (B)([C ial ee)
(
(am) Ga):
6? + W?
ad )[( ial ) av) fo? + WII2 6? +  WI)? e
oa OK I Il y eI 6! eo tey
ATW or + W
 (  W' )’ a” + WI? ( 6! eeu 0k )  6 + WII? oY  Y dr XrW
Stileyman SENYURT and Abdussamet CALISKAN
(ae
g’
————
0! OK \? Forma,  (sa)
3 Q’ 2 OK \2 Sear,  (sa) eal  y ey AT gre WI og’ eysf¢__iwh yr ve +i) iwi ao = eae I( Pie  ( wi  Ww )25)'( Iwi__y Jo? + IWwIP " os yy22 AT LA fo? +  y2 ik W ‘i (or) (eI \  ) 0! i/o? + III? AtW I] 7 Ar gre \W/2 el ( W g’
i
 2
(22+
6? + W? 0
=A eae = ee 4
DS
6g’ Ok 4 OK 2
6! vereT aa  2a) K eo Maal ace eel a " 0? +  WI
fs Ky! \W' 1? + (W 7? OK \2, KF OK ce, ( ) a HG. 7) (s7)  (a)
[gr 4. Maal XrW'
Iwi VO? +N IPD tw), ¢_ 8 al ( ) I )+ (sar) [( ) vor+imi Yo? + ie? SATII LS fo? 4 a al ( W ae Maal )( 6!
0” + IW + (IW I2/ 4/6? + IP k WI ce, (
a” + W ?
“[( W  yer 6! et 6 ‘i
SS
 ee uly ( \w ) ear a
YS DS
+
——
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W]
a
Ok
recealay,
fo? + {WIP
W]
alt
0? + WI? 14/0 + Wl2
)
OK
14/0? + Wl2
6’
I (
g’
W
fo" + W?
Q’
)
’
1]
14/6!? + W2
Gam) (GS)  =) ATW LN, fo? + IW ss fe? +wie? (  jae lel ial as “I hal ) 24+ WI) . Paywye AT US /6? + 6? + WI?7? 6! 6'k \w 14/0? + ? 0"  ( pres) + (serie ara a (——) +15) (— jee Ww) (6? + WIP ATTN, fo? +  WI? @ (6? +  WI)? 0 sie Wwe yO? + IW? wi}! ( ae *)( eae 0’ \{( aa Vf 0? +  WII? 7/ K 6'k Ok ' K OK W 6  anand +) Gear) ( 72 = fo pt ss (oe Ok BI W ) Sa +e. SATII! OTT 0? + WIP P+ IEP ae 6" \( oe IC hal ) ae al [9 +. Wl2 ArWI 7 \ArW  Gmerye
W] fo" + WII?
The first curvature is
——~
Ta a a
Ar  W'
:  qt
+ WI/?
K
ATW]
V2(V ri? + 72? + 737) Ke, = 7 (  ) ee 4 5(O7+IW ?) 0/2+ Wl? go’ ATW I
>(

g!
)
2 — ll) Vor+wies
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The principal normal vector field and the binormal vector field are respectively given by (7 cosO + fr sin 8)T + 73N + (—%4 sind + 2 cos0)B 8,5 Se (3.4) Ty + 727 + T3
_fip, &y 48 Ba (s) = ET + SN + BB. (3.5)
where
622 asd Ww Ald a ie A WI ) & = re c080( et  a F2 cos 0 E 1 ENT a
/ , = 73 (lL) + r3( Ain)  sine [9/2 +W 2 TW I
by =r ( Iw )  0! /9!2 4.\W ? AT W
Sea ( Ww )2 eee are pee "( ial ) l 3 [9°24 Wl? 0’ AT AT /9'2 4 Wl? 6’ / y —r3 W  af P3 OK cos 0 /9'2 +W2 AT W
2 = 2 S Ww ’ Jor+ WI? : a — 9) «(0/2 4 WII? (71? + Fo? + 737) (te) Yee  t+ (a? 4 re? + 732) 22 4M I) <t ) a 2( WI \e AT W] /9'2+ WI? go’ ,
In order to calculate the torsion of the curve (3, we differentiate
pe Ff[ooo(( ye 0? + WIP i/o? + Iwi gt te tin) fo? +lWIP fo? + we Ari vsino(( Ors ){C W pees 6! Kk
ATW LN, fo? yp Jers ive Oe ! 0”? + WII? "Kk \2 K\2 ( ial ye In a 
versie, % tafe? yay SATII Oe
*)[( Thad! yr) Thal
Oe meaner
fo? + (WIP
6g’
(lu
fo" + W?
N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple According to Frenet Frame
aa SH) Is sno([( ty eo
(tween) wi ae \, ( )  (=)
Zara  eC Coed de / 1/0? + W ? / +o Ok IC W  )  ) 60 kK
a a AIL fo? + IW IP ow? 47
(lu
( hal aa WI zi 6 )*)).
Q/? i \W2 0 Q/? 4 W  ATW AT and thus : :
my (ti cos @ + to sind + t3)T + t3N + (t2 cos 6 — ty sin@ + ts)T
1 /2 ’ where
— ( Iw yp cael 0! l( Iwi__y
a a, = WE fo" + WII? : Vo" + (W? fo? + WII?
wr \w ) desley WI
g’
fo" + W?
g!
fo? + W? 7 
( hal peta 6! 6k ‘i
owe 8 + we SATII
( OK al W’ a 6! 6K ves XrW 6? + W? Q 6? + W]? ArWI7 Ar
( W  plead W  at 6K: ee 6k ( Ky? /o'? + WI? o /o? + W)? Ar W Ar WI 7S Ar ae 2( Ok, ){C W  yew oy 23 Ok ) ArW /o'? + W)? ve /o'? + W? ArW ( ial a, al 3 6k )( 6k ) /o'? + W]? a’ /o'? + W? Ar W] 7 \ArW]
10 Siileyman SENYURT and Abdussamet CALISKAN
= OK ){C \W’ eas 6’ Ky IW fer simi o+w2 47
( WI yeaa ial al +2()( Iwi__y Vo? + WIP ‘i 6? + WIP
ver simi 7
uae La \w +2( maa ee “Feri fer seimie
0’ RK K i
Yersime
0 = (De [ea Ee dae ee, AtW] 7° Ar [gir Ww 0 ly? wie + WIP
vere (_aw_y ve" jee ecs
\/ 0? +  WI? oe fo? + III \r
( W yr Al W ee
6? + WI)? f 6? + W)? A
eWay VES EIMET e SINUN — O ate ‘eae 7]  9 LIWIP (<a) oe =.) te
The torsion is then given by
vp, — Heth 8 BH TEAR”
Qy
TB, = 208
where
wy2¢__ IW I, f__ ky WP é'n_\? O = ~24(55)"(Feaes) +a ((ja ae)  a2 ~ 8 (Seq) (SO) (See + ( 4 ) wr 0”
— — ——S—= — ——_—~ te Vor? + W? ArW' Vo? + WIP 0’ 0”? + W?
6’ AT
N*C*— Smarandache Curves of Mannheim Curve Couple According to Frenet Frame 11
W 2 6'K W / On \2 WII A tian + (Fae mine?  (Sav) 7 (ae ts (<3 ie (Sere) ts(57)
(SF 8) 6S)  (4S)  (YY Stale) IW (2
oe + W]e, AT? NAT] 0? + WIP 0’ e+ Wz SATII
a(s wil eee) of nt ( Iw el _y ew of Vo? + WIP
vo? + WIP e Vr + (WIP ¢ Vo? + {WIP +( IW yer Al +(e Al ah is 1, o" )’ At L\ fo? + WIP oY Jor +wi? LS /o? +] WIP Ar 6 ArW'
(Ly (s,s _I_y Jerre 8 OriWy/ or er aqme! 8 Or Or WT ee = [( ol) eta) Gh) + to ( lt) ie
———— t —_— t a fe  pe
+05 ((Feroep)  tat) GS) +6 Gere) ae) ae
Ok tek Ok, K \2 0' ks K \3 4( WT) (55) + Gaps) +6(sourD) Gos
_({# W Als.  Jer + We]? Iwi OK \? = (E(t) sl ee Ga)
Iwi JOTI] oe y2¢__IWI__yIWI), ¢_O’®_)2 wy  pw y2) (_) ee 2) (see) ot Ga) E+")
f(y Vem FWY ey [¢__w_y Ver FWP wil__y’ te = GF Five) Ga (ae) a (Geare) vere  ( OK: ) 6! ( OK. yC WI peaeaial
0 AtWIl/ for + wy? SATII Jo? + WIP 0 +(  y ee) ( Ok JI (  ) Vo? + (WIP eer  AT LS /0? + W? oY ATWII7 LN /6? + [WIP VO" + W) 2 Kf OK \! W 1/0? + W]? 1? 0K Kar 0K 37 (sq) rt (om aa) 0" + (sq) Ge)? a (saw) ( W yi er) g (& (=  — _)' Comal  V6? + W? e Vo? + ae Ge 6? + WIP oY Vo? + W —2/ 0'k )'(  )’ veer) ea, Wiens  vl __y' wor Ar W Jo? + WIP 0’ Cre Jor + W? 6
2 6 OK \3 Ok K\2 K\ K W  ' Jo? + WIP = (WT) : (seq) oe)  (x7) x5 (79 a a) Example 3.1 Let us consider the unit speed Mannheim curve and Mannheim partner curve: a(s) = —=(—coss,—sins,s), a*(s) = —=(—2coss,—2sins,s) W)= Fl ), a°(s) = Fel 
The Frenet invariants of the partner curve, a*(s) are given as following
T*(s) = —=(2sins,—2coss,1), (s)
S
12 Siileyman SENYURT and Abdussamet CALISKAN
1 N*(s) = —s(sins,coss,—2)
V5 B*(s) = (coss,sins,0)
2 2 2 2 1 C*(s) = (=sins+—<coss,—=coss + —ssins, =)
5 V5 5 VB 22
ga
ee
5
In terms of definitions, we obtain special Smarandache curve, see Figure 1.
i Figure 1 3; = —=((5 + 2V5) sins + 10coss, (5 — 2V5) coss + 10sins, —9V5)
5V5
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Fixed Point Theorems of TwoStep Iterations for Generalized 7Type Condition in CAT(0) Spaces
G.S.Saluja (Department of Mathematics, Govt. Nagarjuna P.G. College of Science, Raipur  492010 (C.G.), India) Email: salujal963@gmail.com
Abstract: In this paper, we establish some strong convergence theorems of modified two step iterations for generalized Ztype condition in the setting of CAT(0) spaces. Our results extend and improve the corresponding results of [3, 6, 28] and many others from the current
existing literature.
Key Words: Strong convergence, modified twostep iteration scheme, fixed point, CAT(0)
space.
AMS(2010): 54H25, 54E40
§1. Introduction
A metric space X is a CAT(0) space if it is geodesically connected and if every geodesic triangle in X is at least as ‘thin’ as its comparison triangle in the Euclidean plane. It is well known that any complete, simply connected Riemannian manifold having nonpositive sectional curvature is a CAT(0) space. Fixed point theory in a CAT(0) space was first studied by Kirk (see [19, 20]). He showed that every nonexpansive (singlevalued) mapping defined on a bounded closed convex subset of a complete CAT(0) space always has a fixed point. Since, then the fixed point theory for singlevalued and multivalued mappings in CAT(0) spaces has been rapidly developed, and many papers have appeared (see, e.g., [2], [9], [11][13], [17][18], [21][22], [24] [26] and references therein). It is worth mentioning that the results in CAT(0) spaces can be applied to any CAT(k) space with k < 0 since any CAT(k) space is a CAT(m) space for every m > k (see [7).
Let (X,d) be a metric space. A geodesic path joining x € X to y € X (or, more briefly, a geodesic from x to y) is a map c from a closed interval [0,/] C R to X such that c(0) = a, c(l) = y and d(c(t),c(t’)) = t — t’ for all t,t’ € [0,/]. In particular, c is an isometry, and d(x,y) =1. The image a of c is called a geodesic (or metric) segment joining x and y. We say X is (i) a geodesic space if any two points of X are joined by a geodesic and (ii) a uniquely geodesic if there is exactly one geodesic joining x and y for each x,y € X, which we will denoted by [x,y], called the segment joining x to y.
A geodesic triangle A(a1, 22,23) in a geodesic metric space (X,d) consists of three points
1Received July 16, 2014, Accepted February 16, 2015.
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in X (the vertices of A) and a geodesic segment between each pair of vertices (the edges of A). A comparison triangle for geodesic triangle A(x1, 72,23) in (X,d) is a triangle A(x, v2, 73) := A (%q,%2,%3) in R* such that dp2(%j,7j) = d(x;,x;) for i,j € {1,2,3}. Such a triangle always exists (see [7]).
1.1 CAT(0) Space
A geodesic metric space is said to be a CAT(0) space if all geodesic triangles of appropriate size satisfy the following CAT (0) comparison axiom.
Let A be a geodesic triangle in X, and let A C R? be a comparison triangle for A. Then A is said to satisfy the CAT (0) inequality if for all 2, y € A and all comparison points 7,9 € A,
Complete CAT(0) spaces are often called Hadamard spaces (see [16]). If x,y1, y2 are points of a CAT(0) space and yo is the mid point of the segment [yi, y2] which we will denote by (y1 @ y2)/2, then the CAT (0) inequality implies
® 1 1 1 P (0, A) <5 Pam) +5 Pew) — 5 Hvry). (1.2)
The inequality (1.2) is the (CN) inequality of Bruhat and Tits [8]. The above inequality was extended in [12] as
@(z,ax@(l—a)y) < ad?(z,x) +(1—a)d?(z,y) —a(1 — a)d? (x,y) (1.3)
for any a € [0,1] and z,y,z€ X.
Let us recall that a geodesic metric space is a CAT (0) space if and only if it satisfies the (CN) inequality (see [7, page 163]). Moreover, if X is a CAT (0) metric space and x,y € X, then for any a € [0,1], there exists a unique point ax © (1 — a)y € [x,y] such that
d(z,axz @ (1—a)y) < ad(z,x) + (1— a)d(z,y), (1.4)
for any z € X and [x,y] = {ax 6 (1—a)y: a€ (0, 1]}. A subset C of a CAT (0) space X is convex if for any x,y € C, we have [x,y] C C. We recall the following definitions in a metric space (X,d). A mapping T: X — X is called an acontraction if d(Tx,Ty) <ad(x,y) for allx, y € X, (1.5)
where a € (0,1). The mapping T is called Kannan mapping [15] if there exists b € (0,4) such that
d(Tx,Ty) < b[d(a,Tx) + d(y,Ty) (1.6)
for all a,y € X.
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The mapping T is called Chatterjea mapping [10] if there exists c € (0,4) such that d(Tx,Ty) < c[d(x, Ty) + dy, Tx)] (1.7)
for all a,y € X. In 1972, Zamfirescu [29] proved the following important result.
Theorem Z Let (X,d) be a complete metric space and T: X — X a mapping for which there exists the real number a, b and c satisfying a € (0,1), b, c € (0,4) such that for any pair zx, y€ X, at least one of the following conditions holds:
(a1) d(Tx,Ty) < ad(x,y);
(22) d(L'x,Ty) < bd(x, Tx) + dy, Ty)};
(23) d(L'x,Ty) < cld(x, Ty) + dy, Tx)}.
Then T has a unique fixed point p and the Picard iteration {x,}°° defined by
En+1 = Lary, n= OFT 2 ee: converges to p for any arbitrary but fixed xp € X.
An operator T' which satisfies at least one of the contractive conditions (z1), (z2) and (z3) is called a Zamfirescu operator or a Zoperator.
In 2004, Berinde [5] proved the strong convergence of Ishikawa iterative process defined by: for xo € C, the sequence {z,,}°° given by
Ungi = (L—an)an + OnT Yn,
Yn = (1 _ Bn )&n + PnT%y, n=O, (1.8)
to approximate fixed points of Zamfirescu operator in an arbitrary Banach space E. While proving the theorem, he made use of the condition,
Px —Tyl <6 jx— yl] + 25 lw — To (1.9)
which holds for any z, y € E where0< 6 < 1. In 1953, W.R. Mann defined the Mann iteration [23] as
Un+1 = (1 = An)Un + anT Un, (1.10)
where {a,,} is a sequence of positive numbers in [0,1]. In 1974, S.Ishikawa defined the Ishikawa iteration [14] as
Sn41 = (1— dn)$n + OnTtn,
th = (1— bn) Sn + bnT Sn, (1.11)
where {a,,} and {b,} are sequences of positive numbers in [0,1].
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In 2008, S.Thianwan defined the new two step iteration [27] as Unt = (1—an)Wn + OnT wn,
Wn = (1 = bn) + OnT Vn, (1.12) where {a,,} and {b,} are sequences of positive numbers in [0,1]. Recently, Agarwal et al. [1] introduced the Siteration process defined as
Engi = (1L—an)T Ln + OnT Yn,
Yn = (1 — bn) &n + bnT an, (1.13)
where {a,,} and {b,,} are sequences of positive numbers in (0,1).
In this paper, inspired and motivated [5, 29], we employ a condition introduced in [6] which is more general than condition (1.9) and establish fixed point theorems of S iteration scheme in the framework of CAT(0) spaces. The condition is defined as follows:
Let C be a nonempty, closed, convex subset of a CAT(0) space X and T: C — C a self map of C. There exists a constant L > 0 such that for all x, y € C’, we have
d(Tx,Ty) < e& UT) [6 d(x,y) + 26d(x,Tx)], (1.14)
where 0 < 6 < 1 and e® denotes the exponential function of « € C. Throughout this paper, we call this condition as generalized Ztype condition.
Remark 1.1 If ZL =0, in the above condition, we obtain d(Tx,Ty) < dd(a,y) + 26 d(a,T x),
which is the Zamfirescu condition used by Berinde [5] where b Cc 6 max {a, [3° —}, 0<6<1,
while constants a, b and c are as defined in Theorem Z.
Example 1.2 Let X be the real line with the usual norm ]. and suppose C' = [0,1]. Define T:C > C by Tx = xit for all x,y € C. Obviously T is selfmapping with a unique fixed point 1. Now we check that condition (1.14) is true. If v,y € [0,1], then [Ta—Ty] < ef llz@—Tall§  — yl] + 26 a — Ta] where 0 < 6 < 1. In fact
T2—Tyl =
t—y 2
and
—1
eblleTel 5 a — yll + 26 lle — Ta] = e* lel [51a — yl +5 Ie — 1].
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Clearly, if we chose x = 0 and y = 1, then contractive condition (??) is satisfied since
1 Tx —Ty = == [Tx  Ty 7
t—y 2
and for L > 0, we chose L = 0, then eb lleTel  § 1a — yl] + 26 le — Ta] ] = e* lll [5 Ja — yl +5 a — 111]
= e9(1/2)(26) = 25, where 0<6 <1.
Therefore Px — Tyl < oP !# 72H] ] — yl + 26 x — Tal].
Hence T is a self mapping with unique fixed point satisfying the contractive condition (1.14).
Example 1.3 Let X be the real line with the usual norm ]. and suppose K = {0,1, 2,3}. Define T: K — K by Tzr=2, if «=0
= 3, otherwise.
Let us take x = 0, y= 1 and L =0. Then from condition (1.14), we have
1
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e°(?)15(1) + 26(2)] < 1(56) = 56
which implies 6 > ¢. Now if we take 0 < 6 < 1, then condition (1.14) is satisfied and 3 is of course a unique fixed point of T.
1.2 Modified TwoStep Iteration Schemes in CAT(0) Space
Let C be a nonempty closed convex subset of a complete CAT(0) space X. Let T: C > C be a contractive operator. Then for a given x1 = x € C, compute the sequence {z,,} by the iterative scheme as follows:
Ung = (1L—an)T Ln B OnT Yn,
Yn = (1 = bn) &n O bn» T In, (1.15)
where {a,,} and {b,} are sequences of positive numbers in (0,1). Iteration scheme (1.15) is called modified Siteration scheme in CAT(0) space.
Vnti1 = (1—an)Wn 8 OnT wn,
Wn = (1 = bn)in 8 OnT Vn, (1.16)
where {a,,} and {b,,} are sequences of positive numbers in [0,1]. Iteration scheme (1.16) is called
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modified $.Thianwan iteration scheme in CAT(0) space. Sn41 = (1— dn)Sn ® AnTtn,
th = (1— bn) Sn ® bnT Sn, (1.17)
where {a,,} and {b,,} are sequences of positive numbers in [0,1]. Iteration scheme (1.17) is called modified Ishikawa iteration scheme in CAT(0) space.
We need the following useful lemmas to prove our main results in this paper. Lemma 1.4([24]) Let X be a CAT(0) space. (i) Fora, y€X andt € [0,1], there exists a unique point z € [x, y] such that d(x, 2) =td(a, y) anddly, 2) = (1—#)d{a, y). (4)
We use the notation (1—t)x @ ty for the unique point z satisfying (A).
(ii) Fora, ye X andt € [0,1], we have
d((1 —t)a @ ty, z) < (1—t)d(a, z) + td(y, z).
Lemma 1.5([4]) Let {pn }°o, {an}%o, {rn} eo be sequences of nonnegative numbers satisfying
the following condition: Pnti <(1—Sn)Pn tanttn, Vn>0,
where tate COO AY df Sag ga = 00, lit, 355Gn = Og) and >) arn = tO, hen
§2. Strong Convergence Theorems in CAT(0) Space
In this section, we establish some strong convergence theorems of modified twostep iterations
to converge to a fixed point of generalized Ztype condition in the framework of CAT(0) spaces.
Theorem 2.1 Let C be a nonempty closed convex subset of a complete CAT(0) space X and let T: C > C be a self mapping satisfying generalized Ztype condition given by (1.14) with F(T) #0. For any xo € C, let {an}°29 be the sequence defined by (1.15). If 074 an = 00 and pete Anbn = 00, then {rn }°2_ converges strongly to the unique fixed point of T.
Proof From the assumption F(T) 4 @, it follows that T has a fixed point in C, say uw. Since T satisfies generalized Ztype condition given by (1.14), then from (1.14), taking x = u
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and y = tn, we have Wien) eter) (6 d(u, @,) + 26 d(u, Tu) = eb d