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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Global attractivity results for a class of matrix difference equations Sourav Shil Hemant Nashine In this chapter, we investigate the global attractivity of the recursive sequence $\{\mathcal{U}_n\} \subset \mathcal{P}(N)$ defined by$\mathcal{U}_{n+k} = \mathcal{Q} + \frac{1}{k} \sum_{j=0}^{k-1} \mathcal{A}^* \psi(\mathcal{U}_{n+j}) \mathcal{A}, n=1,2,3\ldots,$where $\mathcal{P}(N)$ is the set of $N \times N$ Hermitian positive definite matrices, $k$ is a positive integer,$\mathcal{Q}$ is an $N \times N$ Hermitian positive semidefinite matrix, $\mathcal{A}$ is an $N \times N$ nonsingular matrix, $\mathcal{A}^*$ is the conjugate transpose of $\mathcal{A}$ and $\psi : \mathcal{P}(N) \to \mathcal{P}(N)$ is a continuous. For this, we first introduce $\mathcal{FG}$-Pre\v{s}i\'c contraction condition for $f: \mathcal{X}^k \to \mathcal{X}$ in metric spaces and study the convergence of the sequence $\{x_n\}$ defined by$x_{n+k} = f(x_n, x_{n+1}, \ldots, x_{n+k-1}), n = 1, 2, \ldots$with the initial values $x_1,\ldots, x_k \in \mathcal{X}$. We furnish our results with some examples throughout the chapter. Finally, we apply these results to obtain matrix difference equations followed by numerical experiments. fixed point approximation iterative method matrix difference equation equilibrium point global attractivity 2022 03 01 1 15 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6326_1b015885785bbe6a2b181e92b6471ed0.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Solutions of integral equations via fixed point results in extended Branciari b-distance spaces Usha Bag Reena Jain In this work, we prove the existence of the solution of integral equations via fixed point results in the framework of extended Branciari $b$-distance spaces. In order to do this, we introduce ${FG}$-contractive conditions in extended Branciari $b$-distance spaces and derive common fixed points results for triangular $\alpha$-admissible mappings, followed by some suitable examples. Fixed point extended Branciari $b$-distance spaces triangular $alpha$-admissible mappings integral equations 2022 03 01 17 29 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6327_06e30473b8710af964e8413a690d293d.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Results on coupled common fixed point by applying a new approach of $Y$-cone metric spaces Richa Sharma Virendra Singh Chouhan Rahul Shukla The main motive of this paper is to discuss coupled coincidence points in the setting of the newly established concept $Y$-cone metric spaces. We obtain coupled coincidence point theorems through mixed monotone mappings in ordered $Y$-cone metric spaces. We give an illustrative example, which constitutes the main theorem. coupled common fixed point mixed g-monotone maps $Y$-cone metric space 2022 03 01 31 42 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6328_32f1f5fc164529b62043b6ce4e54e7b9.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Redefined neutrosophic composite relation and its application in medical diagnosis Sudeep Dey Gautam Ray In this article, we redefine the single-valued neutrosophic composite relation and apply it to medical diagnosis. We also show that the redefined neutrosophic composite relation gives a better result. Single valued neutrosophic set Single valued neutrosophic relation Single valued neutrosophic composite relation Neutrosophic medical diagnosis 2022 03 01 43 52 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6329_4f7facad7cc490826f4322b97cb03d06.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Efficient binary grasshopper optimization based neural network algorithm for bitcoin value prediction A. Saran Kumar S. Priyanka K. Dhanashree V. Praveen R. Rekha Digital currency plays a vital role in the process of trading as it helps the sellers and buyers to earn more profit. In today’s world, many categories of cryptocurrencies exist and each one of them employs its own security algorithms. Bitcoin price prediction is a complex problem that needs advanced algorithms to solve exactly. In this paper, swarm-based intelligence algorithms are applied in order to solve the bitcoin value prediction problem. In particular, Ant Colony Optimization and Binary Grasshopper Optimization algorithms are combined as a hybrid framework to select the most critical features in the dataset for bitcoin value prediction. The extracted features from the hybrid model are given as input to the convolutional neural network to predict the price of the bitcoins. As per the experimental results, the proposed hybrid algorithm produces better results when compared with the stand-alone version of grasshopper and neural network algorithms. Bitcoin Value Prediction Optimization Algorithm Binary Grasshopper Algorithm CNN Algorithm 2022 03 01 53 60 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6330_e6aef6de844ba43f8380bc4c7dd16704.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Fingernail analysis for early detection and diagnosis of diseases using machine learning techniques K. Dhanashree P. Jayabal A. Kumar S. Logeswari K. Priya Each and every human have unique fingernails. In the early days, the psychological conditions of the human body were reflected with the help of the growth situation of the surface of nails.  It is possible to diagnose human nails and predict the disease. Predicting the disease at the early stage helps in preventing the disease. In this proposed work, the image of the nail is taken from a microscopic image. The lunula and nail plate are segmented effectively using the image pre-processing techniques. Histograms of oriented gradients and local binary patterns are used to capture the characteristic value. Once after pre-processing various features of the nails are extracted using various machine learning algorithms such as Support Vector Machines, Multiclass Support Vector Machine, Convolution Neural Network along with an Optimization algorithm named Ant Colony Optimization to improve the efficiency of classification. Local binary pattern (LBP) Block Chain Technology (BCT) Machine Learning (ML) 2022 03 01 61 69 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6331_86b48a779ebb27a347102a6bf8c11890.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Feature fusion of fruit image categorization using machine learning Shameem Fatima M. Seshashayee Fruit Categorization is a classification problem that the agricultural fruit industry needs to solve in order to reduce the post-harvesting losses that occur during the traditional system of manual grading. Fruit grading which involves categorization is an important step in obtaining high fruit quality and market demand. There are various feature selection challenges in agriculture produced especially fruit grading to build an appropriate machine learning approach to solve the problem of reducing losses. In this paper, we describe different features, a machine learning technique that has been recently applied to different fruit classification problems producing a promising result. We discuss the feature extraction method, technique used in image classification applications for fruit prediction. A proposed multiclass fruit classification model is theoretically described and their most distinguishing features and technique is then presented at the end of this paper. Fruit Classification Feature Fusion feature extraction Multiclass SVM 2022 03 01 71 76 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6332_d690c680211331ee449a684433eeada7.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Results on coupled fixed point involving altering distances in metric spaces Richa Sharma Ruchika Mehta Virendra Singh Chouhan The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the results of coupled fixed point that possesses the property of mixed monotone involving altering distance functions in the framework of partially ordered metric spaces. To illustrate our results, we provide an example. Coupled fixed point partial ordered Complete metric space 2022 03 01 77 87 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6333_af4f8d262db55ee9fcd5f2c71152101d.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Comparative performance analysis of various digital image edge detection techniques with hybrid edge detection technique which is developed by combining second order derivative techniques log and Canny Pratima Dubey Prashant Dubey Mayank Sharma Soni Changlani Edge detection is a digital image processing technique to find the boundaries or edges of an image or object through brightness discontinuity. There are many operators to get boundaries or edges but we need more effective and accurate methods.  This paper will provide a comparison of hybrid techniques that combine second-order derivative techniques Log and Canny,  With Conventional Sobel, Prewitt, Roberts, Canny and Log Operators  Edge Detector Techniques With regard to visual inspection, Mean Square Error (MSE), Root Mean Square Error (RMSE), signal to noise ratio (SNR), peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR), mean-absolute error (MAE) and Bit error, etc. Hybrid technique Sobel operator Prewitt operator Roberts operator canny operator log operator Edge detection mean square error (MSE) Root mean square error (RMSE) mean absolute error (MAE) signal to noise ratio(SNR) Peak Signal to noise ratio (PSNR) Bit error 2022 03 01 89 95 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6334_79bb0e93a8352eae2961caa0f03bad25.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Best proximity point theorem in higher dimensions with an application Saranan Mondal Supriti Laha Ankush Chanda In this article, we introduce the notion of $F_n$-contractions $T:A^n\rightarrow B$ in standard metric spaces and explore the possibility of certain approximation results for these mappings. We prove the existence and uniqueness of $n$-tuple ($n \geq 2$) best proximity points of $F_n$-contractions, not necessarily continuous, using the weak $P$-property in complete metric spaces. Additionally, suitable examples are presented to substantiate our main results. Moreover, we anticipate a fixed point result to prove the existence and uniqueness of the solution for a type of integral equation to elucidate our obtained theorems. $F_n$-contractions best proximity points $P$-property weak $P$-property $n$-tuple best proximity points 2022 03 01 97 108 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6335_eb8129ea83975aa6489305342fd86c96.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Strong bi-ideals in bi-near subtraction semigroup M. Banu S. Jayalakshmi We study certain things connecting strong bi-ideals of bi-near subtraction semigroup in a sub commutative $S$-bi-near subtraction semigroup. A bi-ideals $B$ of $X$ is strong bi-ideals if $X_1B_1^2\subseteq B_1$ (or $X_2B_2^2\subseteq B_2$) denotes $XB^2\subseteq B$. $S$-bi-near subtraction semigroup sub commutative bi-ideals 2022 03 01 109 116 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6336_c8f456fd6f31778f064cc0e944e9a6fa.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Comparative performance analysis of spatial domain filtering techniques in digital image processing for removing different types of noise Prashant Dubey Pratima Dubey Mayank Sharma Soni Changlani The reduction of the noise of the images always prevails as a challenge in the field of image processing. An image obtained after the elimination of noise has a higher clarity in terms of interpretation and study analysis in different fields such as medical, satellite and radar. This research work examines the various methods of de-noise images in the spatial domain and a comparison between several filtering techniques is carried out in the presence of different types of noise to achieve a high-quality image and to find the most suitable and reliable method for De-noising images. performance of all the filters is compared using parameters such as Mean Square Error (MSE), peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR). Image processing Noise Removal filtering techniques mean square error (MSE) signal to noise ratio(SNR) Peak Signal noise ratio(PSNR) 2022 03 01 117 125 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6337_6a0794b8d4be0ea2997e84613f074c9b.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 On weak $B$-bi-regular bi-near subtraction semigroup M. Banu S. Jayalakshmi We introduce weak $B$-bi-regular in bi-near subtraction semigroup and obtain properties of the same in a certain class of bi-near subtraction semigroup of $X$. weak $B$-bi-regular $B$-bi-regular bi-regular $bar{S}$-bi-near subtraction semigroup left (right) X-bi-algebra 2022 03 01 127 132 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6338_d826d518db7aa79a2a6e330825a25b4d.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 A novel numerical technique and stability criterion of VF type integro-differential equations of non-integer order Dipankar Saha Nimai Sarkar Mausumi Sen Subhankar Saha In this article, Ulam Hyers stability of Volterra Fredholm (VF) type fractional integro-differential equation is studied by the fixed point notion in the generalized metric space. In addition, the efficiency of the Laplace decomposition method in the context of solving some integral equations of the Volterra Fredholm type is shown. Further convergence analysis of the numerical scheme is shown. Fixed point Ulam Hyers stability metric space 2022 03 01 133 145 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6339_5ccfdbeee149557df56404ecc63ce59f.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Thermal analysis on two Wheeler Piston with different materials by using FEA method Neha Choubey Ashish Shrivastava Abhishek Choubey Swapnil Singh Balendra Bhaskar The piston is thought to be a standout amongst the most essential parts in a reciprocating engine, reciprocating pumps, gas blowers and pneumatic barrels, among other comparable mechanisms. As most critical part, is that less time is required to outline the cylinder and simply a couple of essential details of the engine. Actually, due to high heat transfer through the piston, the outer shape of the piston crown will be deformed. So due to this problem here computational testing has been performed on ANSYS simulation software with three different materials and observed that stress of piston with ALSI AI alloy has maximum stress of $50.79 Mpa$  piston made of M-124 cast AL composite stress value is $50.54 Mpa$. Furthermore, maximum stress on M-124 forged AL alloy is found to be $50.23 Mpa$ and here observe that in case of deformation, piston made of ALSI AI alloy found to have maximum deformation of $1.06 mm$ and when piston made of M-124 cast AL combination then maximum deformation is $0.88 mm$. What's more, maximum deformation on M-124 forged AL alloy is found to be $0.086 mm$ and here observe that in case of heat flux, piston made of ALSI AI alloy is found to have maximum heat transfer of $3.3 w/mm^2$ is observed. When piston made of M-124 cast AL combination then maximum heat transfer of $3.4 w//mm^2$ and maximum heat flux on M-124 forged AL alloy is found to be $3.6 w/mm^2$. So the aluminium alloy M-124  is the best manufactured composite material So this material is suggested for manufacturing work. reciprocating engine Thermal Analysis Wheeler Piston 2022 03 01 147 155 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6340_0707e2e828a0743c2f5264a28019d4c7.pdf
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International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Applications IJNAA 2022 13 Special Issue for selected papers of ICDACT-2021 Fixed point theory in digital topology R. Kalaiarasi Reena Jain In this paper, we review some research works on exploring image processing in digital spaces using fixed point theorems. The basic concepts of digital images are mentioned. Moreover, we prove some theorems on digital metric spaces by replacing the conditions in the previously established theorem with a suitable condition. fixed point theorems Banach contraction principle Digital images digital contraction digital metric space 2022 03 01 157 163 https://ijnaa.semnan.ac.ir/article_6375_8c209dc071d7138bca7163062cd3effe.pdf