In this paper, we introduce and study a modified forward-backward splitting method for finding a zero inthe sum of two monotone operators in real Hilbert spaces. Our proposed method only requires one forward evaluation of the single-valued operator and onebackward evaluation of the set-valued operator per iteration. This is an improvement over many others in literature with strongly convergent splitting methods with two forwards and a backward iteration. Furthermore, we also incorporate inertial term in our scheme to speed up the rate of convergence. We obtain a strong convergence result when the set-valued operator is maximal monotoneand the single-valued operator is Lipschitz continuous monotone which is weaker assumption than being inverse strongly monotone or cocoercive.
viscosity iteration method; Inertial method; Inclusion problem; Maximal monotone operator; Forward–backward algorithm.
Francis O Nwawuru , Grace N Echezona "Forward-Backward Splitting Method with Viscosity Iteration for Solving Monotone Inclusion Problems" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 588-594
Francis O Nwawuru , Grace N Echezona "Forward-Backward Splitting Method with Viscosity Iteration for Solving Monotone Inclusion Problems" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)