We are concerned in this paper with the convergence analysis of the primal-dual splitting (PDS) and the split Douglas-Rachford (SDR) algorithms for monotone inclusions by using an operator-oriented approach. We shall show that both PDS and SDR algorithms can be driven by a (firmly) nonexpansive mapping in a product Hilbert space. We are then able to apply the Krasnoselskii-Mann and Halpern fixed point algorithms to PDS and SDR to get weakly and strongly convergent algorithms for finding solutions of the primal and dual monotone inclusions. Moreover, an additional projection technique is used to derive strong convergence of a modified SDR algorithm.



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 Lv, Tianqi, Xu, Hong-Kun