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Halpern-Type Accelerated and Splitting Algorithms For Monotone Inclusions

  title={Halpern-Type Accelerated and Splitting Algorithms For Monotone Inclusions},
  author={Quoc Tran-Dinh and Yang Luo},
In this paper, we develop a new type of accelerated algorithms to solve some classes of maximally monotone equations as well as monotone inclusions. Instead of using Nesterov’s accelerating approach, our methods rely on a so-called Halpern-type fixed-point iteration in [32], and recently exploited by a number of researchers, including [24, 70]. Firstly, we derive a new variant of the anchored extra-gradient scheme in [70] based on Popov’s past extra-gradient method to solve a maximally monotone… 


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