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Analysis of the Adaptive Iterative Bregman Algorithm

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In this talk we introduce and analyze the Adaptive Iterative Bregman algorithm, which can be viewed as a variation of other known Augmented Lagrangian Methods for the solution of constrained optimization problems of the type

min J(v) subject to Av = f, v∈H

where J is a convex, proper, and lower semicontinuous functional on a Hilbert space H and Av = f is a linear constraint. The algorithm alternates a proximity map iteration, based on forward-backward splitting, and the iterative update of a suitable Lagrange multiplier to enforce the linear constraint. We can show that, at the cost of performing a small and adaptive number of inner proximity map iterations, we can gain extra properties for the proposed algorithm, very desirable for concrete applications: in particular the execution of the iterations is made simple by forward-backward splitting, the discrepancy functional v → Av − f is monotone when evaluated on the iterations, and eventually we have guaranteed convergence to a solution of the given optimization problem.

This talk is part of the Applied and Computational Analysis Graduate Seminar series.

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