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Applied Mathematics and Computation > 2015 > 265 > Complete > 893-902

Papers in Regional Science > 102 > 2 > 273 - 305

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 45 > 16 > 9787 - 9798

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 44 > 9 > 7747 - 7755

*k*‐step solvers for equations involving operators on Banach spaces. Their convergence is estimated by adopting hypotheses on high‐order derivatives which are not even in these iterative solvers. In addition, no computable error bounds or information on the uniqueness of the solution based on Lipschitz‐type functions are given. Moreover, the choice of the initial guess is like...

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 44 > 5 > 3418 - 3440

*m*

_{i}→ +

*∞*. We use the method of asymptotic expansions to handle the local‐in‐time convergence problem and find that the limiting process from bipolar models to unipolar models is actually decoupling...

Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences > 42 > 17 > 5856 - 5866

Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications > 2019 > 183 > 3 > 1099-1122

Computational Optimization and Applications > 2019 > 74 > 2 > 583-621

Computational Optimization and Applications > 2019 > 73 > 3 > 957-996

Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics > 2018 > 303 > 1 > 231-240

Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics > 2019 > 50 > 1 > 1-13

Journal of Mathematical Chemistry > 2019 > 57 > 5 > 1508-1523

Journal of Fixed Point Theory and Applications > 2019 > 21 > 1 > 1-11

Numerical Analysis and Applications > 2018 > 11 > 4 > 332-345

Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications > 2018 > 468 > 1 > 240-269

Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications > 2019 > 181 > 1 > 61-94

*union averaged nonexpansive*. At each point in their domain, the value of such an operator can be expressed as a finite union of single-valued averaged nonexpansive operators. We investigate various structural properties of the class and show, in particular, that is closed under taking unions, convex combinations,...

Vietnam Journal of Mathematics > 2019 > 47 > 2 > 367-386

*θ*for multiple roots of nonlinear equations is established. It is established under the assumption that the derivative

*g*

^{(m+ 1)}of the function

*g*satisfies the Hölder continuity condition. The existence–uniqueness theorem along with a posteriori error bounds are provided. The R-order convergence is shown to be equal to (2 +...

Computational Optimization and Applications > 2019 > 72 > 1 > 159-177

Optimization Letters > 2019 > 13 > 8 > 1969-1984