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Table 2 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. \(x^{0}=(3.0492,4.3746,2.7310,5.8945,2.7787)^{T}\)
\(y^{0}=(8.0905,6.3501,3.7049,7.1736,3.5388)^{T}\)
NAIA k = 77, s = 0.1426
\(x^{*}=(0.0423,0.0058,0.0288,0.1143,0.0084)^{T}*10^{-4}\)
\(y^{*}=(0.4186,0.3893,0.2041,0.3560,0.2168)^{T}*10^{-5}\)
AIA k = 70, s = 0.1315
\(x^{*}=(0.0091,-0.0117,0.0375,0.2795,0.0268)^{T}*10^{-5}\)
\(y^{*}=(0.4038,0.2972,0.2596,0.3781,0.5171)^{T}*10^{-6}\)