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Table 1 The numerical results of Example 4.1

From: An alternating iteration algorithm for solving the split equality fixed point problem with L-Lipschitz and quasi-pseudo-contractive mappings

Init. \(x^{0}=(0.8263,0.7819,0.4906,0.1597,0.5815)^{T}\)
\(y^{0}=(0.4197,0.3410,0.2918,0.4596,0.3053)^{T}\)
NAIA k = 65, s = 0.1250
\(x^{*}=(0.3636,0.7099,0.8712,0.5159,0.4564)^{T}*10^{-5}\)
\(y^{*}=(0.4151,0.6644,0.8149,0.5041,0.4949)^{T}*10^{-5}\)
AIA k = 58, s = 0.1121
\(x^{*}=(0.1219, -0.1458,0.0677,0.0801,0.1676)^{T}*10^{-5}\)
\(y^{*}=(0.1093,0.0727,-0.0224,0.0301,-0.0147)^{T}*10^{-5}\)