splitFeas (0.1.0)

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Multi-Set Split Feasibility.


An implementation of the majorization-minimization (MM) algorithm introduced by Xu, Chi, Yang, and Lange (2017) for solving multi-set split feasibility problems. In the multi-set split feasibility problem, we seek to find a point x in the intersection of multiple closed sets and whose image under a mapping also must fall in the intersection of several closed sets.

Maintainer: Eric C. Chi
Author(s): Eric C. Chi [aut, cre, cph], Jason Xu [ctb], Meng Yang [ctb], Kenneth Lange [ctb]

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: corpcor, matrixStats

Released over 1 year ago.



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