Iterative schemes for approximating common solutions of certain optimization and fixed point problems in Hilbert spaces.
Olona, Musa Adewale.
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In this dissertation, we introduce a shrinking projection method of an inertial type with self-adaptive step size for finding a common element of the set of solutions of Split Gen- eralized Equilibrium Problem (SGEP) and the set of common fixed points of a countable family of nonexpansive multivalued mappings in real Hilbert spaces. The self-adaptive step size incorporated helps to overcome the difficulty of having to compute the operator norm while the inertial term accelerates the rate of convergence of the propose algorithm. Under standard and mild conditions, we prove a strong convergence theorem for the sequence generated by the proposed algorithm and obtain some consequent results. We apply our result to solve Split Mixed Variational Inequality Problem (SMVIP) and Split Minimiza- tion Problem (SMP), and present numerical examples to illustrate the performance of our algorithm in comparison with other existing algorithms. Moreover, we investigate the problem of finding common solutions of Equilibrium Problem (EP), Variational Inclusion Problem (VIP)and Fixed Point Problem (FPP) for an infinite family of strict pseudo- contractive mappings. We propose an iterative scheme which combines inertial technique with viscosity method for approximating common solutions of these problems in Hilbert spaces. Under mild conditions, we prove a strong theorem for the proposed algorithm and apply our results to approximate the solutions of other optimization problems. Finally, we present a numerical example to demonstrate the efficiency of our algorithm in comparison with other existing methods in the literature. Our results improve and complement contemporary results in the literature in this direction.