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ITERATED LAVRENTIEV REGULARIZATION FOR NONLINEAR ILL-POSED PROBLEMS

  • P. MAHALE (a1) and M. T. NAIR (a1)
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We consider an iterated form of Lavrentiev regularization, using a null sequence (αk) of positive real numbers to obtain a stable approximate solution for ill-posed nonlinear equations of the form F(x)=y, where F:D(F)⊆XX is a nonlinear operator and X is a Hilbert space. Recently, Bakushinsky and Smirnova [“Iterative regularization and generalized discrepancy principle for monotone operator equations”, Numer. Funct. Anal. Optim.28 (2007) 13–25] considered an a posteriori strategy to find a stopping index kδ corresponding to inexact data yδ with resulting in the convergence of the method as δ→0. However, they provided no error estimates. We consider an alternate strategy to find a stopping index which not only leads to the convergence of the method, but also provides an order optimal error estimate under a general source condition. Moreover, the condition that we impose on (αk) is weaker than that considered by Bakushinsky and Smirnova.

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