## The best approximation pair problem relative to two subsets in a normed space

In the classical best approximation pair (BAP) problem, one is given two nonempty, closed, convex and disjoint subsets in a finite- or an infinite-dimensional Hilbert space, and the goal is to find a pair of points, each from each subset, which realizes the distance between the subsets. This problem, which has a long history, has … Read more

## The alternating simultaneous Halpern-Lions-Wittmann-Bauschke algorithm for finding the best approximation pair for two disjoint intersections of convex sets

Given two nonempty and disjoint intersections of closed and convex subsets, we look for a best approximation pair relative to them, i.e., a pair of points, one in each intersection, attaining the minimum distance between the disjoint intersections. We propose an iterative process based on projections onto the subsets which generate the intersections. The process … Read more

## A generalized block-iterative projection method for the common fixed point problem induced by cutters

The block-iterative projections (BIP) method of Aharoni and Censor [Block-iterative projection methods for parallel computation of solutions to convex feasibility problems, Linear Algebra and its Applications 120, (1989), 165-175] is an iterative process for finding asymptotically a point in the nonempty intersection of a family of closed convex subsets. It employs orthogonal projections onto the … Read more

## Zero-Convex Functions, Perturbation Resilience, and Subgradient Projections for Feasibility-Seeking Methods

The convex feasibility problem (CFP) is at the core of the modeling of many problems in various areas of science. Subgradient projection methods are important tools for solving the CFP because they enable the use of subgradient calculations instead of orthogonal projections onto the individual sets of the problem. Working in a real Hilbert space, … Read more