By Bernd Hofmann, Barbara Kaltenbacher, Kamil S. Kazimierski, Thomas Schuster

Regularization equipment geared toward discovering good approximate ideas are an important instrument to take on inverse and ill-posed difficulties. frequently the mathematical version of an inverse challenge involves an operator equation of the 1st sort and sometimes the linked ahead operator acts among Hilbert areas. even if, for varied difficulties the explanations for utilizing a Hilbert house environment appear to be established fairly on conventions than on an approprimate and reasonable version selection, so usually a Banach house surroundings will be in the direction of truth. additionally, sparsity constraints utilizing basic Lp-norms or the BV-norm have lately develop into very hot. in the meantime the main famous equipment were investigated for linear and nonlinear operator equations in Banach areas. stimulated via those evidence the authors objective at accumulating and publishing those leads to a monograph.

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We denote by X the dual space of a Banach space X, which is the Banach space of all bounded (continuous) linear functionals x W X ! 4 (dual pairing). x/: In norms and dual pairings, when clear from the context, we will omit the indices indicating the spaces. 27. 5 (annihilator). Let X be a Banach space and let M Â X, N Â X be subspaces of X, X , respectively. The annihilators M ? Â X and ? N Â X are deﬁned as M ? D ¹x 2 X W hx ; xiX X ? 6 (adjoint operator). Let X; Y be Banach spaces and A W X !

X /. 56. 59. x; x / we will measure the distance between a variable point x and a ﬁxed point x . x /. 26 (a). x/ D q1 kxkq the subdifferential is obviously never an empty set (cf. 53). 60. Let X be a Banach space and jp 2 Jp a ﬁxed single-valued selection of the duality mapping Jp . x; y/ 0. x/. y; xn /º is bounded in R. In particular, this assertion is true if X is convex of power type. 2. Geometrical interpretation of the Bregman distance as the gap between the function and its linearization.

X/ is non-empty and convex. (b) JpX . x/ and JpX . x/ p for all x 2 X and all > 0. (c) If X is uniformly convex then X is reﬂexive and strictly convex. (d) If X is uniformly smooth then X is reﬂexive and smooth. (e) X is smooth if and only if every duality mapping JpX is single-valued. (f) If X is uniformly smooth then JpX is single-valued and uniformly continuous on bounded sets. (g) Let X be reﬂexive. Then, X is strictly convex (respectively smooth) if and only if X is smooth (respectively strictly convex).