Event № 392
We study variational inequalities in a real Hilbert space, which are governed by a strongly monotone and Lipschitz continuous operator $F$ over a closed and convex set $C$. We assume that the set C can be outerly approximated by the fixed point sets of a sequence of certain quasi-nonexpansive operators called cutters. We propose an iterative method the main idea of which is to project at each step onto a particular super-half-space constructed by using the input data. Our approach is based on a method presented by Fukushima in 1986, which has recently been extended by several authors. We establish strong convergence in Hilbert space. To the best of our knowledge, Fukushima's method has so far been considered only in the Euclidean setting with different conditions on $F$. We also provide numerical illustrations of our theoretical results. This talk is based on joint work with Aviv Gibali and Rafal Zalas.