In this article, we introduce and study accelerated Landweber methods for linear ill-posed problems obtained by an alteration of the coefficients in the three-term recurrence relation of the ν-methods. The residual polynomials of the semi-iterative methods under consideration are linked to a family of co-dilated ultraspherical polynomials. This connection makes it possible to control the decay of the residual polynomials at the origin by means of a dilation parameter. Depending on the data, the approximation error of the ν-methods can be improved by altering this dilation parameter. The convergence order of the new semi-iterative methods turns out to be the same as the convergence order of the original ν-methods. The new algorithms are tested numerically and a simple adaptive scheme is developed in which an optimal dilation parameter is computed in every iteration step.

Accelerated Landweber methods based on co-dilated orthogonal polynomials

Erb W.
2015

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In this article, we introduce and study accelerated Landweber methods for linear ill-posed problems obtained by an alteration of the coefficients in the three-term recurrence relation of the ν-methods. The residual polynomials of the semi-iterative methods under consideration are linked to a family of co-dilated ultraspherical polynomials. This connection makes it possible to control the decay of the residual polynomials at the origin by means of a dilation parameter. Depending on the data, the approximation error of the ν-methods can be improved by altering this dilation parameter. The convergence order of the new semi-iterative methods turns out to be the same as the convergence order of the original ν-methods. The new algorithms are tested numerically and a simple adaptive scheme is developed in which an optimal dilation parameter is computed in every iteration step.
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