Sami Shukri is an assistant professor of mathematics at AlHussein Bin Talal University, College of Science, Mathematics Department, since September, 2019
Sami Shukri completed his Ph.D. of mathematics in 2016 at King Fahd . University of Petroleum & minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. He completed his M.Sc. of Mathematics in 2010 at Jordan University of Science &Technology, Irbid, Jordan. And he completed his B.Sc. in Mathematics, 2007,Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan. His research interests lie in the area of Functional Analysis and its applications, such as Fixed Point Theory
Sami Shukri participated in many scientific conferences and attended many workshops. Furthermore, he is a revivor for many ISI journals
Finally, Sami Shukri taught several graduate and undergraduate courses in many disciplines of pure mathematics such analysis, geometry and algebra
On monotone nonexpansive mappings in CATp(0) spaces

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In this paper, based on some geometrical properties of CATp(0) spaces, for p≥2, we obtain two fixed point results for monotone multivalued nonexpansive mappings and proximally monotone nonexpansive mappings. Which under some assumptions, reduce to coincide and generalize a fixed point result for monotone nonexpansive mappings. This work is a continuity of the previous work of Ran and Reurings, Nieto and RodríguezLópez done for monotone contraction mappings.
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Fixed points
Best proximity points
CATp(0) spaces
Partial order
Contraction mappings
Nonexpansive mappings
Monotone mappings
The extended tanh method for solving systems of nonlinear wave equations

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The extended tanh method with a computerized symbolic computation is used for constructing the traveling wave solutions of coupled nonlinear equations arising in physics. The obtained solutions include solitons, kinks and plane periodic solutions. The applied method will be used to solve the generalized coupled Hirota Satsuma KdV equation.
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Best proximity points in the Hilbert ball

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Best proximity points in the Hilbert ball (JNCA). Volume 17. Number 6. pp. 10831094. Best proximity points in the Hilbert ball. Abdul Rahim Khan and Sami Atif Shukri, Key words, Mathematices Subject Classification. Hilbert ball, Best proximity point, coupled best proximity point, nonexpansive mapping, firmly nonexpansive mapping, Primary 47H10, 54H25; Secondary 47H09, 46C20. ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION (Library Only) PDF, PDF. Open Access: until 31 OCT. (Free) Flash, Flash. Copyright© 2016 Yokohama Publishers, For Editor, For Authors.
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Soliton Solutions of the KaupKupershmidt and SawadaKotera Equations

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In this paper I seek soliton solutions of twocomponent generalizations of the KaupKupershmidt and SawadaKotera equations, for this purpose I will apply the extended tanh method. The extended tanh method with a computerized symbolic computation, is used for constructing the travelling wave solutions of coupled nonlinear equations arising in physics. The obtained solutions include soliton, kink and plane periodic solutions. KeyWords: Soliton Solutions; KaupKupershmidt Equation; SawadaKotera Equation
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Best proximity points in partially ordered metric spaces

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The existence of best proximity point is an important aspect of optimization theory. We define the concept of proximally monotone Lipschitzian mappings on a partially ordered metric space. Then we obtain sufficient conditions for the existence and uniqueness of best proximity points for these mappings in partially ordered CAT (0) spaces. This work is a continuation of the work of Ran and Reurings [Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 132 (2004), 1435–1443] and Nieto and Rodr ıguezLópez [Order, 22 (2005), 223–239] for the new class of mappings introduced herein.
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Existence and convergence of best proximity points in CATp(0) spaces

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In this work, we study existence and convergence of best proximity points of a cyclic contraction mapping in a complete CATp(0) metric space, with p≥2. The case of coupled best proximity points of a pair of cyclic contraction mappings is also discussed. As an application, we provide sufficient conditions to obtain an extension of the Banach Contraction Principle for coupled fixed points.
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Best proximity points
coupled best proximity points
fixed points
coupled fixed points
CATp(0) spaces
contraction mappings
cyclic contraction mappings
Fixed points of discontinuous mappings in uniformly convex metric spaces

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Some fixed point theorems for discontinuous mappings in Banach spaces by Berinde and Pacurar [Fixed point theorems for nonself singlevalued almost contractions, Fixed Point Theory 14 (2013), 301311] and Kirk [Fixed point theorems for nonLipschitzian mappings of asymptotically nonexpansive type, Israel J. Math. 17 (1974), 339346] are extended to uniformly convex metric spaces.
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Generalized CAT (0) spaces

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We extend the Gromov geometric definition of CAT (0) spaces to the case where the comparison triangles are not in the Euclidean plane but belong to a general Banach space. In particular, we study the case where the Banach space is , for .
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Viscosity approximation method for generalized asymptotically quasinonexpansive mappings in a convex metric space

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A general viscosity iterative method for a finite family of generalized asymptotically quasinonexpansive mappings in a convex metric space is introduced. Special cases of the new iterative method are the viscosity iterative method of Chang et al. (Appl. Math. Comput. 212:5159, 2009), an analogue of the viscosity iterative method of Fukharuddin et al. (J. Nonlinear Convex Anal. 16:4758, 2015) and an extension of the multistep iterative method of Yildirim and Özdemir (Arab. J. Sci. Eng. 36:393403, 2011). Our results generalize and extend the corresponding known results in uniformly convex Banach spaces and spaces simultaneously.
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Browder and Göhde fixed point theorem for Gnonexpansive mappings

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In this paper, we prove the analog to Browder and Göhde fixed point theorem for Gnonexpansive mappings in complete hyperbolic metric spaces uniformly convex. In the linear case, this result is refined. Indeed, we prove that if X is a Banach space uniformly convex in every direction endowed with a graph G, then every Gnonexpansive mapping T: A→ A, where A is a nonempty weakly compact convex subset of X, has a fixed point provided that there exists u0∈ A such that T (u0) and u0 are Gconnected. c 2016 All rights reserved.
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Existence and convergence of best proximity points in CATp(0) spaces

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In this work, we study existence and convergence of best proximity points of a cyclic contraction mapping in a complete CATp(0)metric space, with p ≥ 2. The case of coupled best proximity points of apair of cyclic contraction mappings is also discussed. As an applicati on,we provide sufficient conditions to obtain an extension of the BanachContraction Principle for coupled fixed points.
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Best proximity points, coupled best proximity points, ﬁxed points, coupled ﬁxed points, CATp (0) spaces, contraction mappings, cyclic contraction mappings.
Implicit Ishikawa Type Algorithm in Hyperbolic Spaces

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Strong convergence and△convergence of an implicit Ishikawa type algorithm associated with two nonexpansive mappings on a hyperbolic metric space is established.
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Geometrical properties of lp spaces

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In this work, some geometrical properties of Hilbert spaces are investigated in lp spaces, for p ≥ 2. As an application, we obtain an extension of the Banach Contraction Principle for best proximity points. The case of nonexpansive mappings is also discussed.
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Best proximity points, fixed points, lp spaces, Pproperty, contraction mappings, nonexpansive mappings, uniformly convex, strictly convex reflexive, proximinal sets.