This article delves deeply into some mathematical basic theorems and their diverse applications in a variety of domains. The major issue of interest is the Banach Fixed Point Theorem (BFPT), which states the existence of a unique fixed point in fractional metric spaces. The significance of this theorem stems from its utility in a variety of mathematical situations for approximating solutions and resolving iterative problems. On this foundational basis, the study expands by introducing the concept of fractional geometric contraction mappings, which provide a new perspective on how convergence develops in fractional metric spaces.
- fractional derivatives
- fractional metric space
- geometric contraction mappings