Suppose<i>X</i>and<i>Y</i>are locally compact Hausdorff spaces,<i>E</i>and<i>F</i>are Banach spaces, and<i>F</i>is strictly convex. We show that every linear isometry<i>T</i>from<i>C</i><sub>0</sub>(<i>X</i>,<i>E</i>)<i>into</i><i>C</i><sub>0</sub>(<i>Y</i>,<i>F</i>) is essentially a weighted composition operator<i>Tf</i>(<i>y</i>)=<i>h</i>(<i>y</i>)(<i>f</i>((<i>y</i>))).
In this paper, we first prove a general fixed point theorem for nonlinear mappings in a Banach space. Then we prove a nonlinear mean convergence theorem of Baillons type and a weak convergence theorem of Manns type for 2-generalized nonspreading mappings in a Banach space.
Let and be a real -uniformly smooth Banach space, be a nonempty closed convex subset of and be a Lipschitz continuous mapping. Let and be bounded sequences in and and be real sequences in satisfying some restrictions. Let be the sequence generated from an arbitrary by the Ishikawa iteration process with errors: , , . Sufficient and necessary conditions for the strong convergence to a fixed point of is established.