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M.C. Bozyiğit graduated from Ankara University (Turkey), Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree. He received his master’s degree in 2020 from Ankara University. He has been working as a research assistant at Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University since 2019. His doctoral studies are supported by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye (TÜBİTAK). His current research interests are functional analysis, real analysis, fuzzy measure and set theory, generalized Choquet integrals, triangular norms, aggregation operators, multi-criteria decision making.
M. Olgun was born in 1979 in Aksaray (Turkey). He graduated from Ankara University (Turkey), Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree. He completed his master’s degree in 2004 and his doctorate in 2010 at Ankara University, respectively. He started as an assistant professor at Ankara University in 2011. He received the title of associate professor in 2016. He is currently working as a professor at Ankara University. His research interests are fuzzy measure and set theory, fixed point theory, spectral theory, difference and functional equations, general topology, operator theory, and ordinary differential equations. He is married and has two children.
M. Ünver has graduated from the Department of Mathematics, Ankara University (Turkey), in 2007. He finished his master’s education in Ankara University in 2009. He studied summability theory and Korovkin type approximation theory during his master’s studies. He got his PhD degree in mathematics from Ankara University in 2013. He studied summability theory, Korovkin type approximation theory. He worked as an assistant professor at Ankara University for about 2 years and he has been working as an associate professor at Ankara University since 2017. His current research interests are fuzzy measure and set theory, multicriteria decision-making, Korovkin type approximation theory, and summability theory.