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Inverse result in simultaneous approximation by Baskakov-Durrmeyer-Stancu operators

  • Vishnu Narayan Mishra1Email author,
  • Kejal Khatri1,
  • Lakshmi Narayan Mishra2, 3 and
  • Deepmala4
Journal of Inequalities and Applications20132013:586

https://doi.org/10.1186/1029-242X-2013-586

Received: 15 July 2013

Accepted: 29 October 2013

Published: 17 December 2013

Abstract

In the present paper, we study an inverse result in simultaneous approximation for Baskakov-Durrmeyer-Stancu type operators.

MSC:41A25, 41A35, 41A36.

Keywords

hypergeometric series Baskakov-Durrmeyer-Stancu operators simultaneous approximation

1 Introduction

Verma et al. [1] considered Baskakov-Durrmeyer-Stancu (abbr. BDS) operators for 0 α β as
D n , α , β ( f , x ) = k = 1 p n , k ( x ) 0 b n , k ( t ) f ( n t + α n + β ) d t + p n , 0 ( x ) f ( α n + β ) ,
(1.1)

where b n , k ( t ) = 1 B ( k + 1 , n ) t k 1 ( 1 + t ) n + k + 1 and p n , k ( x ) = ( n + k 1 k ) x k ( 1 + x ) n + k .

For α = β = 0 , these operators reduce to Baskakov-Durrmeyer operators D n ( f , x ) = D n , 0 , 0 ( f , x ) . Note that this case was investigated in [2]. Several other researchers have studied in this direction and obtained different approximation properties of many operators, and we mention some of them as [38]etc. Verma et al. [1] also studied some approximation properties, asymptotic formula and better estimates for these operators. Recently, Gupta et al. [9] and Mishra and Khatri [10] established point-wise convergence, a Voronovskaja-type asymptotic formula and an error estimate in terms of modulus of continuity of the function and investigated moments of these operators using hypergeometric series, errors estimation in simultaneous approximation, respectively.

Let C ν [ 0 , ) , where ν > 0 , be the class of all continuous functions defined on [ 0 , ) satisfying the growth condition | f ( t ) | = O ( 1 + t ) ν . The norm ν on C ν [ 0 , ) is defined as f ν = sup 0 < t < | f ( t ) | ( 1 + t ) ν .

Let
N n , α , β ( x , t ) = k = 1 p n , k ( x ) b n , k ( t ) + p n , 0 ( x ) δ ( n t + α n + β ) ,
here δ ( n t + α n + β ) being a type of the Dirac delta function. Then operators (1.1) can be written in the following form:
D n , α , β ( f , x ) = 0 N n , α , β ( x , t ) f ( n t + α n + β ) d t .
The operators D n , α , β ( f , x ) are well defined for f C ν [ 0 , ) . It is easily checked that the operators D n , α , β defined above are linear positive operators and D n , α , β ( f , x ) = 1 . It turns out that the order of approximation by these operators is at best O ( n 1 ) as n , howsoever smooth the function f cab is. Throughout this paper, we denote by C [ a , b ] the space of all continuous functions on the interval [ a , b ] , the norm C [ a , b ] denotes the sup norm on the space C [ a , b ] . For f C [ a , b ] and a positive integer k 1 , the k th order modulus of continuity is defined as
ω k ( f , δ ; a , b ) = sup { | Δ h k f ( x ) | : | h | δ  and  x , x + k h [ a , b ] } ,

where Δ h k f ( x ) is k th forward difference with step length h.

A function f is said to belong to the generalized Zygmund class Liz ( α , k ; a , b ) if for δ > 0 there exists a constant C such that ω 2 k ( f , δ ; a , b ) C δ α k . In particular for k = 1 , we simply write Lip . ( α , a , b ) instead of Liz ( α , 1 ; a , b ) . By C 0 we mean the class of continuous functions defined on ( 0 , ) having a compact support and C 0 s the subclass of C 0 , consisting of s-times continuously differentiable functions with supp [ a , b ] ( a , b ) and [ a , b ] ( 0 , ) . Also let
G ( s ) = { g C 0 s + 2 : supp g [ a , b ] } .
For f C 0 s with supp f [ a , b ] , Peetre’s K-functionals are defined as
K s ( ξ , f ; a , b ) = inf g G s { f ( s ) g ( s ) C [ a , b ] + ξ ( g ( s ) C [ a , b ] + g ( s + 2 ) C [ a , b ] ) } , 0 < ξ 1 .
For 0 < α < 2 and f C 0 s with supp f [ a , b ] , we say that f C 0 s ( α , k + 1 ; a , b ) if
f ( s ) α , s sup 0 < ξ 1 ξ α / 2 K s ( ξ , f ) < .

2 Auxiliary results

In the sequel we shall need several lemmas.

Lemma 1 [10]

For n > 0 , m > 0 and s 0 , we have
D n ( t s , x ) = Γ ( n s + 1 ) Γ ( s + 1 ) Γ ( n + 1 ) [ ( 1 + x ) s 2 F 1 ( 1 n , s ; 1 ; x 1 + x ) ( 1 + x ) n ] .
(2.1)
Moreover,
D n ( t s , x ) = ( n + s 1 ) ! ( n s ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! x s + s ( s 1 ) ( n + s 2 ) ! ( n s ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! x s 1 + O ( n m ) .
(2.2)

Lemma 2 [10]

For 0 α β and m > 0 , we have
D n , α , β ( t s , x ) = x s n s ( n + β ) s ( n + s 1 ) ! ( n s ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! + x s 1 { s ( s 1 ) n s ( n + β ) s ( n + s 2 ) ! ( n s ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! + s α n s 1 ( n + β ) s ( n + s 2 ) ! ( n s + 1 ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! } + x s 2 { s ( s 1 ) 2 α n s 1 ( n + β ) s ( n + s 3 ) ! ( n s + 1 ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! + s ( s 1 ) 2 α 2 n s 2 ( n + β ) s ( n + s 3 ) ! ( n s + 2 ) ! n ! ( n 1 ) ! } + O ( n m ) .

Lemma 3 [11]

For m N { 0 } , if
U n , m ( x ) = k = 0 p n , k ( x ) ( k n x ) m ,
then U n , 0 ( x ) = 1 , U n , 1 ( x ) = 0 , and we have the recurrence relation:
n U n , m + 1 ( x ) = x ( 1 + x ) [ U n , m ( x ) + m U n , m 1 ( x ) ] .

Consequently, U n , m ( x ) = O ( n [ ( m + 1 ) / 2 ] ) , where [ m ] is an integral part of m.

Lemma 4 [1]

For m N { 0 } , if
μ n , m ( x ) = D n , α , β ( ( t x ) m , x ) = k = 1 p n , k ( x ) 0 b n , k ( t ) ( n t + α n + β x ) m d t + p n , 0 ( x ) ( α n + β x ) m ,
then
μ n , 0 ( x ) = 1 , μ n , 1 ( x ) = α β x n + β ,
and for n > m we have the recurrence relation:
( n m ) ( n + β n ) μ n , m + 1 ( x ) = x ( 1 + x ) [ μ n , m ( x ) + m μ n , m 1 ( x ) ] + [ ( m + n x ) + ( n + β n ) ( α n + β x ) ( n 2 m ) ] μ n , m ( x ) ( α n + β x ) [ ( α n + β x ) ( n + β n ) 1 ] m μ n , m 1 ( x ) .
From the recurrence relation, it is easily verified that for all x [ 0 , ) , we have
μ n , m ( x ) = O ( n [ ( m + 1 ) / 2 ] ) .

Lemma 5 [11]

There exist polynomials q i , j , s ( x ) on [ 0 , ) , independent of n and k, such that
x s ( 1 + x ) s d s d x s p n , k ( x ) = 2 i + j s i , j 0 n i ( k n x ) j q i , j , s ( x ) p n , k ( x ) .
Lemma 6 Let 0 < a < a < a < b < b < b < and f ( s ) C 0 with supp f [ a , b ] . If
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , ) f ( s ) C [ a , b ] = O ( n α / 2 ) ,
then
K s ( ξ , f ) = C 1 { n α / 2 + n ξ K s ( n 1 , f ) } .
(2.3)

Consequently, K s ( ξ , f ) C 2 ξ α / 2 , i.e., f C 0 s ( α , 1 ; a , b ) , where C 1 and C 2 are some positive constants.

Proof To prove (2.3), it is sufficient to show that
K s ( ξ , f ) C 1 { n α / 2 + n ξ K s ( n 1 , f ) } for all  n  sufficiently large .
Since supp f [ a , b ] , therefore by Theorem 2 there exists a function e ( i ) G ( s ) such that for i = s and i = s + 2 ,
D n , α , β ( i ) ( f , ) e ( i ) C [ a , b ] C 3 n 1 ,
which implies that
K s ( ξ , f ) 3 C 3 n 1 + D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , ) f ( s ) C [ a , b ] + ξ ( D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , ) C [ a , b ] + D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( f , ) C [ a , b ] ) .
Thus, it is sufficient to show that there exits a constant C 4 such that for each g G ( s ) ,
D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( f , ) C [ a , b ] C 4 n ( f ( s ) g ( s ) C [ a , b ] + n 1 g ( s + 2 ) C [ a , b ] ) .
(2.4)
In fact, by the linearity property, we have
D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( f , ) C [ a , b ] D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( f g , ) C [ a , b ] + D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( g , ) C [ a , b ] .
(2.5)
Applying Lemma 5, we have
0 | s + 2 x s + 2 N n , α , β ( x , t ) | d t 2 i + j s + 2 i , j 0 k = 1 n i | q i , j , s + 2 | ( x ) [ x ( 1 + x ) ] s + 2 p n , k ( x ) | k n x | j 0 b n , k ( t ) d t + d s + 2 d x s + 2 [ ( 1 + x ) n ] .
Therefore, by the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality and Lemma 3, we get
D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( f g , ) C [ a , b ] C 5 n f ( s ) g ( s ) C [ a , b ] ,
(2.6)
where the constant N 4 is independent of f and g. Next, by Taylor’s expansion, we have
g ( t ) = i = 0 s + 1 g ( i ) ( x ) i ! ( t x ) i + g ( s + 2 ) ( ξ ) ( s + 2 ) ! ( t x ) s + 2 ,
where ξ lies between t and x. Using the above expansion and the fact that
0 s x s N n , α , β ( x , t ) ( t x ) i d t = 0 for  s > i ,
(2.7)
we get
D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( g , ) C [ a , b ] C 6 g ( s + 2 ) C [ a , b ] 0 s + 2 x s + 2 N n , α , β ( x , t ) ( t x ) s + 2 d t C [ a , b ] .
(2.8)
Also, by Lemmas 3, 4 and 5 and the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, we have
J 0 | s + 2 x s + 2 N n , α , β ( x , t ) | ( t x ) s + 2 d t 2 i + j s + 2 i , j 0 k = 1 n i | q i , j , s + 2 | ( x ) [ x ( 1 + x ) ] s + 2 p n , k ( x ) | k n x | j 0 b n , k ( t ) ( n t + α n + β x ) s + 2 d t + d s + 2 d x s + 2 [ ( α n + β x ) s + 2 ( 1 + x ) n ] 2 i + j s + 2 i , j 0 n i | q i , j , s + 2 | ( x ) [ x ( 1 + x ) ] s + 2 ( k = 1 p n , k ( x ) ( k n x ) 2 j ) 1 2 × ( k = 1 p n , k ( x ) 0 b n , k ( t ) ( n t + α n + β x ) 2 s + 4 d t ) 1 2 ( 0 b n , k ( t ) d t ) 1 2 + d s + 2 d x s + 2 [ ( α n + β x ) s + 2 ( 1 + x ) n ] = C 7 2 i + j s + 2 i , j 0 n i O ( n j / 2 ) O ( n ( s + 2 ) / 2 ) = C 8 O ( 1 ) .
Hence
D n , α , β ( s + 2 ) ( g , ) C [ a , b ] C 9 g ( s + 2 ) C [ a , b ] .
(2.9)

Combining the estimates (2.5)-(2.9), we get (2.4). The other consequence follows from [12]. This completes the proof of the lemma. □

Lemma 7 [5]

Let 0 < a < a < a < b < b < b < and f ( s ) C 0 with supp f [ a , b ] . If  f C 0 s ( α , 1 ; a , b ) , then f ( s ) Lip ( α , a , b ) .

3 Known and inverse results

In this section, first we give some known results and then we estimate an inverse theorem in simultaneous approximation for Baskakov-Durrmeyer-Stancu operators. Now, this section is devoted to the following inverse theorem in simultaneous approximation.

Theorem 1 [9]

If s N , f C ν [ 0 , ) for some ν > 0 , and f ( s ) exists at a point x ( 0 , ) , then
lim n D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , x ) = f ( s ) ( x ) .
(3.1)

Theorem 2 [9]

Let f C ν [ 0 , ) for some ν > 0 , and f ( s + 2 ) exists at a point x ( 0 , ) . Then
lim n n ( D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , x ) f ( s ) ( x ) ) = s ( s 1 β ) f ( s ) ( x ) + [ ( 2 s β ) x + ( s + α ) ] f ( s + 1 ) ( x ) + x ( 1 + x ) f ( s + 2 ) ( x ) .
(3.2)

Theorem 3 [9]

Let f C ν [ 0 , ) for some ν > 0 , and 0 < a < a 1 < b 1 < b < . Then, for sufficiently large n, we have
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , ) f ( s ) C [ a 1 , b 1 ] C 1 ω ( f ( s ) , n 1 / 2 , a , b ) + C 2 n k f ν ,
(3.3)

where C 1 = C 1 ( s ) , C 2 = C 2 ( s , f ) .

Theorem 4 Let 0 < α < 2 , 0 < a 1 < a 2 < b 2 < b 1 < , and suppose f C ν [ o , ) . Then in the following statements (i) (ii) :
  1. (i)

    D n , α , β ( s ) ( f , ) C [ a 1 , b 1 ] = O ( n α / 2 ) ,

     
  2. (ii)

    f ( s ) Lip ( α , a 2 , b 2 ) ,

     

where Lip ( α , a 2 , b 2 ) denotes the Zygmund class satisfying ω 2 ( f , δ , a 2 , b 2 ) C δ α .

Proof Let us choose a , a , b , b in such a way that a 1 < a < a < a 2 < b 2 < b < b < b 1 . Also suppose g C 0 with supp g [ a , b ] and g ( x ) = 1 on the interval [ a 2 , b 2 ] . For x [ a , b ] with D d d x , we have
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f g , x ) ( f g ) ( s ) ( x ) = D s ( D n , α , β ( ( f g ) ( t ) ( f g ) ( x ) ) , x ) = D s ( D n , α , β ( f ( t ) [ g ( t ) g ( x ) ] , x ) ) + D s ( D n , α , β ( g ( x ) [ f ( t ) f ( x ) ] , x ) ) = : E 1 + E 2 .
By the Leibniz formula, we have
E 1 = s x s 0 N n , α , β ( x , t ) f ( t ) [ g ( t ) g ( x ) ] d t = i = 0 s ( s i ) 0 N n , α , β ( i ) ( x , t ) s i x s i [ f ( t ) ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) ] d t = i = 0 s 1 ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) D n , α , β ( i ) ( f , x ) + 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) f ( t ) ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) d t = : E 3 + E 4 .
Applying Theorem 3, we have
E 3 = i = 0 s 1 ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) f ( i ) ( x ) + O ( n α / 2 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a , b ] . By Taylor’s expansion of f ( t ) and g ( t ) , we have
f ( t ) = i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! ( t x ) i + O ( t x ) s
and
g ( t ) = i = 0 s + 1 g ( i ) ( x ) i ! ( t x ) i + O ( t x ) s + 1 .
Substituting the above expansions in E 4 and using Theorem 2, the Schwarz inequality and Lemma 4, we obtain
E 4 = i = 0 s g ( i ) ( x ) f ( s i ) ( x ) i ! ( s i ) ! s ! + O ( n 1 / 2 ) = i = 0 s ( s i ) g ( i ) ( x ) f ( s i ) ( x ) + O ( n α / 2 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a , b ] . Again using the Leibniz formula, we have
E 2 = i = 0 s ( s i ) 0 N n , α , β ( i ) ( x , t ) s i x s i [ g ( t ) ( f ( t ) f ( x ) ) ] d t = i = 0 s ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) D n , α , β ( i ) ( f , x ) ( f g ) s ( x ) = i = 0 s ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) f ( i ) ( x ) ( f g ) s ( x ) + O ( n α / 2 ) = O ( n α / 2 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a , b ] . Combining the above estimates, we get
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f g , ) ( f g ) s C [ a , b ] = O ( n α / 2 ) .

Thus by Lemmas 5 and 7, we have ( f g ) ( s ) Lip ( α , a , b ) also g ( x ) = 1 on the interval [ a 2 , b 2 ] , and it proves that f ( s ) Lip ( α , a 2 , b 2 ) . This completes the validity of the implication (i) (ii) for the case 0 < α 1 .

To prove the result for 1 < α < 2 for any interval [ a , b ] ( a 1 , b 1 ) , let a 2 , b 2 be such that ( a 2 , b 2 ) ( a 2 , b 2 ) and ( a 2 , b 2 ) ( a 1 , b 1 ) . Letting δ > 0 we shall prove the assertion α < 2 . From the previous case it implies that f ( s ) exists and belongs to Lip ( 1 δ , a 1 , b 1 ) . Let g C 0 be such that g ( x ) = 1 on the interval [ a 2 , b 2 ] and supp g ( a 2 , b 2 ) . If χ ( t ) denotes the characteristic function of the interval [ a 1 , b 1 ] , we have
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f g , x ) ( f g ) ( s ) ( x ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] D s ( D n , α , β ( f ( t ) [ g ( t ) g ( x ) ] , x ) ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] + D s ( D n , α , β ( g ( x ) [ f ( t ) f ( x ) ] , x ) ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] = : F 1 + F 2 .
Using the linearity property, the Leibniz formula and Theorem 3, we have
F 1 = D s ( g ( x ) D n , α , β ( f , x ) ( f g ) ( x ) D n , α , β ( 1 , x ) ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] = i = 0 s ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) D n , α , β ( i ) ( f , x ) ( f g ) ( s ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] = i = 0 s ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) f ( i ) ( x ) ( f g ) ( s ) | C [ a 2 , b 2 ] + O ( n α / 2 ) = O ( n α / 2 ) .
Applying the Leibniz formula and Theorem 2, we get
F 2 = i = 0 s 1 ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) D n , α , β ( i ) ( f , x ) + D n , α , β ( s ) ( f ( t ) [ g ( t ) g ( x ) ] χ ( t ) , x ) C [ a 2 , b 2 ] + O ( n 1 ) = : F 3 + F 4 C [ a 2 , b 2 ] + O ( n 1 ) .
Then by Theorem 3, we have
F 3 = i = 0 s 1 ( s i ) g ( s i ) ( x ) f ( i ) ( x ) + O ( n α / 2 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a 2 , b 2 ] . Applying Taylor’s expansion of f ( t ) , we have
F 4 = 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) [ f ( t ) ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) χ ( t ) ] d t = i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) ( t x ) i ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) χ ( t ) d t + 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) [ f ( s ) ( ξ ) f ( s ) ( x ) s ! ] ( t x ) s ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) χ ( t ) d t = : F 5 + F 6 ,
where ξ lies between t and x. Using Theorem 2, we get
F 5 = i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) ( t x ) i ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) d t + O ( n 1 ) , uniformly in  x [ a 2 , b 2 ] = : F 7 + O ( n 1 ) .
Again using Taylor’s expansion of g ( t ) C 0 and using the fact that ε ( t , x ) 0 as t x , we have
F 7 = i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) ( t x ) i × [ g ( x ) + j = 1 s + 2 g ( j ) ( x ) j ! ( t x ) j + ε ( t , x ) ( t x ) s + 2 g ( x ) ] d t = i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! j = 1 s + 2 g ( j ) ( x ) j ! 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) ( t x ) i + j d t + i = 0 s f ( i ) ( x ) i ! 0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) ε ( t , x ) ( t x ) i + s + 2 d t = : F 8 + F 9 .
Since 0 s x s N n , α , β ( x , t ) ( t x ) k d t = 0 for every s > k , therefore by Theorem 2 and Lemma 2, we have
F 8 = j = 1 s g ( j ) ( x ) f ( s j ) ( x ) j ! ( s j ) ! s ! + O ( n 1 ) = j = 1 s ( s i ) g ( j ) ( x ) f ( s j ) ( x ) + O ( n 1 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a 2 , b 2 ] . Also as in the proof of Theorem 1, it can be easily shown that
F 9 = O ( n α / 2 ) ,
uniformly in x [ a 2 , b 2 ] . Next, using Lemma 5, the mean value theorem, the Schwarz inequality and Lemma 4, we have
0 N n , α , β ( s ) ( x , t ) [ f ( s ) ( ξ ) f ( s ) ( x ) s ! ] ( t x ) s ( g ( t ) g ( x ) ) χ ( t ) d t C [ a 2 , b 2 ] 2 i + j s i , j 0 n i + j | q i , j , s ( x ) | [ x ( 1 + x ) ] s × 0 N n , α , β ( x , t ) | t x | δ + s + 1 | f ( s ) ( ξ ) f ( s ) ( x ) | s ! | g ( η ) | χ ( t ) d t C [ a 2 , b 2 ] = O ( n δ / 2 ) ,
where η lies between t and x, and choose δ such that 0 δ 2 α . Combining the above estimates, we get
D n , α , β ( s ) ( f g , ) ( f g ) s C [ a 2 , b 2 ] = O ( n α / 2 ) .

Since supp f g ( a 2 , b 2 ) , therefore by Lemmas 6 and 7, we have ( f g ) ( s ) Lip ( α , 1 , a 2 , b 2 ) also g ( x ) = 1 on the interval [ a 2 , b 2 ] , which proves that f ( s ) Lip ( α , a 2 , b 2 ) . This completes the validity of the implication (i) (ii) for the case 1 < α < 2 . This completes the proof of the theorem. □

Authors’ information

Dr. VNM is an assistant professor at the Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Ichchhanath Mahadev Road, Surat, Gujarat, India and he is a very active researcher in various fields of mathematics like Approximation theory, summability theory, variational inequalities, fixed point theory and applications, operator analysis, nonlinear analysis etc. A Ph.D. in Mathematics, he is a double gold medalist, ranking first in the order of merit in both B.Sc. and M.Sc. Examinations from the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh), India. Dr. VNM has undergone rigorous training from IIT, Roorkee, Mumbai, Kanpur, ISI Banglore in computer oriented mathematical methods and has experience of teaching post graduate, graduate and engineering students. Dr. VNM has to his credit many research publications in reputed journals including SCI/SCI(Exp.) accredited journals. Dr. VNM is referee of several international journals in the frame of pure and applied mathematics and Editor of reputed journals covering the subject mathematics. The second author KK is a research scholar (R/S) in Applied Mathematics and Humanities Department at the Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Ichchhanath Mahadev Road, Surat (Gujarat), India under the guidance of Dr. VNM and expert in operator analysis. Recently the third author LNM joined as a full-time research scholar (FIR) at the Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Silchar-788010, District-Cachar, Assam, India and he is also very good active researcher in approximation theory, summability analysis, integral equations, nonlinear analysis, optimization technique, fixed point theory & applications and operator theory. The fourth author Deepmala is referee of many journals like as Elsevier Journals, Bull. Math. Anal. Appl. Demonstratio Mathematica, African J. Math. Math. Sci. etc. and she is very expert in Integral Equations, Non-linear analysis, dynamic programming, Fixed point theory and applications etc.

Declarations

Acknowledgements

The authors wish to express their gratitude to the anonymous referees for their detailed criticism and elaborate suggestions which have helped them to improve the paper substantially. They have thus been able to eliminate some mistakes and to present the manuscript in a more compact manner. Authors mention their sense of gratitude to their great master and friend academician Prof. Ravi P. Agarwal, Texas A and M University-Kingsville, TX, USA, for kind cooperation, smooth behavior during communication and for his efforts to send the reports of the manuscript timely as well as for supporting this work. The authors are also thankful to all the editorial board members and reviewers of prestigious Science Citation Index (SCI) journal, i.e., Journal of Inequalities and Applications (JIA). This research article is totally supported by CPDA, SVNIT, Surat (Gujarat), India.

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Applied Mathematics and Humanities Department, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology
(2)
L. 1627 Awadh Puri Colony Beniganj, L.1627 Awadh Puri Colony Beniganj, Phase-III
(3)
Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Silchar
(4)
School of Studies in Mathematics, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur

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