On soft quasi-pseudometric spaces

Hope Sabao, Olivier Olela Otafudu

Abstract

In this article, we introduce the concept of a soft quasi-pseudometric space. We show that every soft quasi-pseudometric induces a compatible quasi-pseudometric on the collection of all soft points of the absolute soft set whenever the parameter set is finite. We then introduce the concept of soft Isbell convexity and show that a self non-expansive map of a soft quasi-metric space has a nonempty soft Isbell convex fixed point set.


Keywords

soft-metric; soft-quasi-pseudometric; soft Isbell convexity

Subject classification

03E72; 08A72; 47H10; 54E35; 54E15.

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