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A Simplified Form of Block-Iterative Operator Splitting , and an Asynchronous Algorithm Resembling the Multi-Block ADMM ∗

@inproceedings{Eckstein2016ASF,
  title={A Simplified Form of Block-Iterative Operator Splitting , and an Asynchronous Algorithm Resembling the Multi-Block ADMM ∗},
  author={Jonathan Eckstein},
  year={2016}
}
This paper develops what is essentially a simplified version of the block-iterative operator splitting method already proposed by the author and P. Combettes, but with more general initialization conditions. It then describes one way of implementing this algorithm asynchronously under a computing model inspired by modern HPC environments, which consist of interconnected nodes each having multiple processor cores sharing a common local memory. The asynchronous implementation framework is then… 

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