In this paper, we consider both a variant of Tseng's modified forward-backward splitting method and an extension of Korpelevich's method for solving generalized variational inequalities with Lipschitz continuous operators. By showing that these methods are special cases of the hybrid proximal extragradient (HPE) method introduced by Solodov and Svaiter, we derive iteration-complexity bounds for them to obtain different types of approximate solutions. In the context of saddle-point problems, we also derive complexity bounds for these methods to obtain another type of an approximate solution, namely that of an approximate saddle point. Finally, we illustrate the usefulness of the above results by applying them to a large class of linearly constrained convex programming problems, including for example cone programming and problems whose objective functions converge to infinity as the boundary of its domain is approached.
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