The Rate of Convergence for the Method of Alternating Projections, II

@article{Deutsch1997TheRO,
  title={The Rate of Convergence for the Method of Alternating Projections, II},
  author={Frank Deutsch and Hein Hundal},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications},
  year={1997},
  volume={205},
  pages={381-405}
}
  • F. Deutsch, Hein Hundal
  • Published 15 January 1997
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications
Abstract The purpose of the paper is threefold: (1) To develop a useful error bound for the method of alternating projections which is relatively easy to compute and remember; (2) To exhibit a counterexample to a conjecture of Kayalar and Weinert; (3) To show that (in the case of at least three subspaces) any error bound which only depends on the angles between the various subspaces involved can never be sharp. 
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