INERTIAL EXTRAPOLATION METHOD FOR SOLVING SYSTEMS OF MONOTONE VARIATIONAL INCLUSION AND FIXED POINT PROBLEMS USING BREGMAN DISTANCE APPROACH

Hammed A. Abass*, Ojen K. Narain, Olayinka M. Onifade

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Abstract

Numerous problems in science and engineering defined by nonlinear functional equations can be solved by reducing them to an equivalent fixed point problem. Fixed point theory provides essential tools for solving problems arising in various branches of mathematical analysis, such as split feasibility problems, variational inequality problems, nonlinear optimization problems, equilibrium problems, complementarity problems, selection and matching problems, and problems of proving the existence of solution of integral and differential equations.The theory of fixed is known to find its applications in many fields of science and technology. For instance, the whole world has been profoundly impacted by the novel Coronavirus since 2019 and it is imperative to depict the spread of the coronavirus. Panda et al. [24] applied fractional derivatives to improve the 2019-nCoV/SARS-CoV-2 models, and by means of fixed point theory, existence and uniqueness of solutions of the models were proved. For more information on applications of fixed point theory to real life problems, authors should (see [6, 13, 24] and the references contained in).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)497-520
Number of pages24
JournalNonlinear Functional Analysis and Applications
Volume28
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Bregman relatively mapping
  • Monotone variational inclusion problem
  • fixed point problem
  • iterative scheme
  • multi-valued

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