A new forward-backward penalty scheme and its convergence for solving monotone inclusion problems


 Artsawang, Natthaphon and  Ungchittrakool, Kasamsuk


Abstract

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The purposes of this paper are to establish an alternative forward-backward method with penalization terms called new forward-backward penalty method (NFBP) and to investigate the convergence behavior of the new method via numerical experiment. It was proved that the proposed method ( NFBP) converges in norm to a zero point of the monotone inclusion problem involving the sum of a maximally monotone operator and the normal cone of the set of zeros of another maximally monotone operator. Under the observation of some appropriate choices for the available properties of the considered functions and scalars, we can generate a suitable method that weakly ergodic converges to a solution of the monotone inclusion problem. Further, we also provide a numerical example to compare the new forward-backward penalty method with the algorithm introduced by Attouch [Attouch, H., Czarnecki, M.-O. and Peypouquet, J.,  Coupling forward-backward with penalty schemes and parallel splitting for constrained variational inequalities, SIAM J. Optim., 21 (2011), 1251–-1274].

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 Artsawang, Natthaphon,  Ungchittrakool, Kasamsuk