The problem of finding a zero of the sum of two maximally monotone operators is of central importance in optimization. One successful method to find such a zero is the Douglas–Rachford algorithm which iterates a firmly nonexpansive operator constructed from the resolvents of the given monotone operators. In the context of finding minimizers of convex functions, the resolvents are actually proximal mappings. Interestingly, as pointed out by Eckstein in 1989, the Douglas–Rachford operator itself may fail to be a proximal mapping. We consider the class of symmetric linear relations that are maximally monotone and prove the striking result that the Douglas–Rachford operator is generically not a proximal mapping.
Mathematical Programming – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 12, 2016
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