The purpose of this paper is to introduce a new algorithm to approximate a common
solution for a system of generalized mixed equilibrium problems, split variational inclusion problems
of a countable family of multivalued maximal monotone operators, and fixed-point problems of
a countable family of left Bregman, strongly asymptotically non-expansive mappings in uniformly
convex and uniformly smooth Banach spaces. A strong convergence theorem for the above
problems are established. As an application, we solve a generalized mixed equilibrium problem,
split Hammerstein integral equations, and a fixed-point problem, and provide a numerical example
to support better findings of our result.
OBJECTIVE : This study aimed to characterize the risk of mental health problems among a representative sample of 6,310 4–17-year-olds, 147 of whom had parent-reported hearing problems. METHODS : The study used data from ...
The claim that public problems are constructs is now widely recognized as justified
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Okeke, Godwin Amechi; Abbas, Mujahid; De la Sen, Manuel(MDPI, 2020-06)
We propose two new iterative algorithms for solving K-pseudomonotone variational inequality
problems in the framework of real Hilbert spaces. These newly proposed methods are obtained by
combining the viscosity approximation ...