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**Thai Journal of Mathematics (TJM)**is a peer-reviewed, open access international journal publishing original research works of high standard in all areas of pure and applied mathematics.

**Publication Frequency**

TJM publishes one volume per year. Usually a volume consists of three issues with about 200 pages each.

Appear : April, August and December. Occasionally special issues are also published. Papers are published as soon as they are accepted.

**____________________________________________________________________****Call for papers**

**A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics: Entropy in Econometrics**

A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics is devoted to Entropy in Econometrics and related fields. Authors are invited to submit their theoretical and/or empirical research related to the use of the concept of entropy in econometrics and related areas. The schedule is as follows.

Submission deadline: August 31, 2017

For manuscript format, see http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th

Submit your manuscripts, in pdf files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu

Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2017

Final manuscript submission: October 30, 2017

Final versions of accepted papers should be send electronically, in both pdf and Latex files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu

with the copyright transfer to the publisher.

The Special Issue will appear in December 2017

Guest Editor: Hung T. Nguyen (hunguyen@nmsu.edu)

Submission deadline: August 31, 2017

For manuscript format, see http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th

Submit your manuscripts, in pdf files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu

Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2017

Final manuscript submission: October 30, 2017

Final versions of accepted papers should be send electronically, in both pdf and Latex files, to hunguyen@nmsu.edu

with the copyright transfer to the publisher.

The Special Issue will appear in December 2017

Guest Editor: Hung T. Nguyen (hunguyen@nmsu.edu)

**____________________________________________________________________**

**Call for papers**

**A Special Issue on AMM2018**

A Special Issue of Thai Journal of Mathematics is Proceeding of the 23rd Annal Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2018), May 3-5, 2018 organized by Departments of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, KMUTT

The schedule is as follows.Submission deadline: August 31, 2018

For manuscript format and submission on http://thaijmath.in.cmu.ac.th choose

Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2018

**Special Issue: AMM2018**Announcements of reviewing results: October 8, 2018

Final manuscript submission: October 30, 2018

Final versions of accepted papers should be send electronically, in both pdf and Latex files, to poom.kumam@mail.kmutt.ac.thwith the copyright transfer to the publisher.

The Special Issue will appear in December 2018

Editors: Poom Kumam and Parin Chaipunya, KMUTT

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### Vol 16, No 1 (2018): April

### Table of Contents

#### Articles

An Incremental Approach to Share-Frequent Itemsets Mining | |

Chayanan Nawapornanan, Sarun Intakosum, Veera Boonjing | 1-23 |

Existence Results for Second Order Neutral Integrodifferential Equations of Sobolev Type in Banach Spaces | |

Bheeman Radhakrishnan | 25-47 |

Common Fixed Points of an Iterative Method for Berinde Nonexpansive Mappings | |

Limpapat Bussaban, Atichart Kettapun | 49-60 |

A Hybrid Subgradient Algorithm for Finding a Common Solution of Pseudomonotone Equilibrium Problems and Hierarchical Fixed Point Problems of Nonexpansive Mappings | |

Rattanaporn Wangkeeree, Kiattisak Rattanaseeha, Rabian Wangkeeree | 61-77 |

On Generalized Strong Vector Variational Inequality Problem with Fuzzy Mappings | |

S.M. Halimi, A.P. Farajzadeh, A. Kaewcharoen | 79-87 |

Strong Convergence for $ANI$ Mappings | |

Kamonrat Nammanee, Kornwirin Chumuang, Raweewan Gatema, Supansa Jaipanya, Rungthip Sudseangsang | 89-101 |

Characterizations of Fuzzy Ideals of Semigroups by Soft Sets | |

Manoj Siripitukdet | 103-120 |

Tripled Coincidence Point Theorems with $M$-Invariant Set for a $\alpha$-$\psi$-Contractive Mapping in Partially Metric Spaces | |

Phakdi Charoensawan | 121-138 |

Approximating Common Fixed Points of Two $\alpha$-Nonexpansive Mappings | |

Khanitin Muangchoo-in, Poom Kumam, Yeol Je Cho | 139-145 |

On Optimization via $\epsilon$-Generalized Weak Subdifferentials | |

P. Cheraghi, A.P. Farajzadeh, S. Suantai | 147-164 |

Regular Elements of the Variant Semigroups of Transformations Preserving Double Direction Equivalences | |

Winita Yonthanthum | 165-171 |

Existence of Best Proximity Points for a Class of Generalized Cyclic Contraction Mappings | |

Somboon Niyom, Pornpimon Boriwan, Narin Petrot | 173-182 |

Convergence Theorems of Iterative Methods for System of Strongly Nonlinear Nonconvex Variational Inequalities | |

Issara Inchan | 183-194 |

On the Delta-Hedging of the Option Price on Future from the Black-Scholes Equation | |

Amnuay Kananthai, Rujira Ouncharoen | 195-202 |

Convergence Analysis for Relaxed Extragradient Method and Variational Inequality Problem with Numerical Example | |

Keerati Siriyan, Atid Kangtunyakarn | 203-218 |

Some Convergence Theorems of Three-Step Iteration for $G$-Nonexpansive Mappings on Banach Spaces with Graph | |

Yaowaluk Alibaud, Sarachai Kongsiriwong, Orawan Tripak | 219-228 |

Some Notes on Cone Metric Spaces | |

M. Tavakoli, A.P. Farajzadeh, T. Abdeljawad, S. Suantai | 229-242 |

The Modified Viscosity Iteration with $m$-Generalized Hybrid Mappings and $(a,b)$-Monotone Mappings for Equilibrium Problems | |

Pichada Sadeewong, Teerapol Saleewong, Poom Kumam, Yeol Je Cho | 243-265 |

On the Inequalities Concerning to the Polar Derivative of a Polynomial with Restricted zeros | |

Irshad Ahmad, Abdul Liman, Wali Mohammad Shah | 267-274 |

Dissipative Extensions of Fourth Order Differential Operators | |

Huseyin Tuna, Bilender Pasaoglu Allahverdiev | 275-285 |

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