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We analyze and characterize maximal monotonicity of linear relations (set-valued operators with linear graphs). An important tool in our study are Fitzpatrick functions. The results obtained partially extend work on linear and at most single-valued operators by Phelps and Simons and by Bauschke, Borwein and Wang. Furthermore, a description of skew linear… (More)

- Heinz H. Bauschke, Xianfu Wang, Liangjin Yao
- Math. Program.
- 2010

Monotone operators are of central importance in modern optimization and nonlinear analysis. Their study has been revolutionized lately, due to the systematic use of the Fitzpatrick function. Pioneered by Penot and Svaiter, a topic of recent interest has been the representation of maximal monotone operators by so-called autoconjugate functions. Two explicit… (More)

In this paper, we give two explicit examples of unbounded linear maximal monotone operators. The first unbounded linear maximal monotone operator S on ℓ 2 is skew. We show its domain is a proper subset of the domain of its adjoint S * , and −S * is not maximal monotone. This gives a negative answer to a recent question posed by Svaiter. The second unbounded… (More)

In this paper, we construct maximally monotone operators that are not of Gossez's dense-type (D) in many nonreflexive spaces. Many of these operators also fail to possess the Brønsted-Rockafellar (BR) property. Using these operators, we show that the partial inf-convolution of two BC–functions will not always be a BC–function. This provides a negative… (More)

It is shown that, for maximally monotone linear relations defined on a general Banach space, the monotonicities of dense type, of negative-infimum type, and of Fitzpatrick-Phelps type are the same and equivalent to monotonicity of the adjoint. This result also provides affirmative answers to two problems: one posed by Phelps and Simons, and the other by… (More)

- Liangjin Yao
- 2009

In this note, we study maximal monotonicity of linear relations (set-valued operators with linear graphs) on reflexive Banach spaces. We provide a new and simpler proof of a result due to Brézis-Browder which states that a monotone linear relation with closed graph is maximal monotone if and only if its adjoint is monotone. We also study Fitzpatrick… (More)

Monotone operators, especially in the form of subdifferential operators, are of basic importance in optimization. It is well known since Minty, Rockafellar, and Bertsekas-Eckstein that in Hilbert space, monotone operators can be understood and analyzed from the alternative viewpoint of firmly nonexpansive mappings, which were found to be precisely the… (More)

- Jonathan M. Borwein, Guoyin Li, Liangjin Yao
- SIAM Journal on Optimization
- 2014

In this paper, we study the rate of convergence of the cyclic projection algorithm applied to finitely many basic semi-algebraic convex sets. We establish an explicit convergence rate estimate which relies on the maximum degree of the polynomials that generate the basic semi-algebraic convex sets and the dimension of the underlying space. We achieve our… (More)

In this paper, we survey recent progress on the theory of maximally monotone operators in general Banach space. We also extend various of the results and leave some open questions. cone operator, norm-weak * graph closedness, operator of type (BR), operator of type (D), operator of type (DV), operator of type (FP), operator of type (FPV), operator of type… (More)

- Jonathan M. Borwein, Liangjin Yao
- J. Optimization Theory and Applications
- 2013

In this paper, we consider the structure of maximally monotone operators in Banach space whose domains have nonempty interior and we present new and explicit structure formulas for such operators. Along the way, we provide new proofs of norm-to-weak * closedness and of property (Q) for these operators (as recently proven by Voisei). Various applications and… (More)