Volume 24, Issue 6
Alternating Projection Based Prediction-Correction Methods for Structured Variational Inequalities

Bing-sheng He, Li-zhi Liao & Mai-jian Qian

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J. Comp. Math., 24 (2006), pp. 693-710

Published online: 2006-12

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The monotone variational inequalities VI$(\Omega,F)$ have vast applications, including optimal controls and convex programming. In this paper we focus on the VI problems that have a particular splitting structure and in which the mapping $F$ does not have an explicit form, therefore only its function values can be employed in the numerical methods for solving such problems. We study a set of numerical methods that are easily implementable. Each iteration of the proposed methods consists of two procedures. The first (prediction) procedure utilizes alternating projections to produce a predictor. The second (correction) procedure generates the new iterate via some minor computations. Convergence of the proposed methods is proved under mild conditions. Preliminary numerical experiments for some traffic equilibrium problems illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed methods.

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Structured variational inequality Monotonicity Prediction-correction method

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TY - JOUR T1 - Alternating Projection Based Prediction-Correction Methods for Structured Variational Inequalities JO - Journal of Computational Mathematics VL - 6 SP - 693 EP - 710 PY - 2006 DA - 2006/12 SN - 24 DO - http://doi.org/ UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jcm/8784.html KW - Structured variational inequality KW - Monotonicity KW - Prediction-correction method AB - The monotone variational inequalities VI$(\Omega,F)$ have vast applications, including optimal controls and convex programming. In this paper we focus on the VI problems that have a particular splitting structure and in which the mapping $F$ does not have an explicit form, therefore only its function values can be employed in the numerical methods for solving such problems. We study a set of numerical methods that are easily implementable. Each iteration of the proposed methods consists of two procedures. The first (prediction) procedure utilizes alternating projections to produce a predictor. The second (correction) procedure generates the new iterate via some minor computations. Convergence of the proposed methods is proved under mild conditions. Preliminary numerical experiments for some traffic equilibrium problems illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed methods.
Bing-sheng He, Li-zhi Liao & Mai-jian Qian. (1970). Alternating Projection Based Prediction-Correction Methods for Structured Variational Inequalities. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 24 (6). 693-710. doi:
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