Wataru Takahashi mainly focuses on Fixed point, Pure mathematics, Hilbert space, Mathematical analysis and Discrete mathematics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Monotone polygon, Weak convergence, Fixed-point theorem, Variational inequality and Lipschitz continuity. In the subject of general Pure mathematics, his work in Banach space is often linked to Theoretical computer science, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Banach space study incorporates themes from Type, Combinatorics and Resolvent. His research investigates the connection between Hilbert space and topics such as Monotonic function that intersect with problems in Limit of a sequence, Convex function and Semigroup. Wataru Takahashi frequently studies issues relating to Iterative method and Mathematical analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Discrete mathematics, Pure mathematics, Fixed point, Banach space and Hilbert space. His Discrete mathematics course of study focuses on Monotone polygon and Monotonic function. The Pure mathematics study combines topics in areas such as Mathematical analysis, Weak convergence and Convex analysis.
His Mathematical analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Countable set and Type. His Fixed point research incorporates themes from Variational inequality, Applied mathematics and Regular polygon. His Hilbert space research integrates issues from Iterative method, Equilibrium problem and Theory of computation.
His primary areas of study are Hilbert space, Pure mathematics, Fixed point, Discrete mathematics and Banach space. His Hilbert space study combines topics in areas such as Variational inequality, Type, Monotone polygon and Weak convergence. In his study, Modes of convergence is inextricably linked to Mathematical analysis, which falls within the broad field of Pure mathematics.
His work on Equilibrium problem as part of general Fixed point research is frequently linked to Projection method, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Regular polygon research extends to the thematically linked field of Discrete mathematics. His work in the fields of Banach space, such as Eberlein–Šmulian theorem, overlaps with other areas such as Null point.
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Nonlinear Functional Analysis
Fixed Point Theory and its Applications (2000)
Strong Convergence of a Proximal-Type Algorithm in a Banach Space
Shoji Kamimura;Wataru Takahashi.
Siam Journal on Optimization (2002)
Strong convergence theorems for nonexpansive mappings and nonexpansive semigroups
Kazuhide Nakajo;Wataru Takahashi.
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (2003)
Viscosity approximation methods for equilibrium problems and fixed point problems in Hilbert spaces
Satoru Takahashi;Wataru Takahashi.
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (2007)
Weak Convergence Theorems for Nonexpansive Mappings and Monotone Mappings
W. Takahashi;M. Toyoda.
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications (2003)
Fixed point theorems for multivalued mappings on complete metric spaces
Noriko Mizoguchi;Wataru Takahashi.
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (1989)
A strong convergence theorem for relatively nonexpansive mappings in a Banach space
Shin-ya Matsushita;Wataru Takahashi.
Journal of Approximation Theory (2005)
Strong convergence of approximated sequences for nonexpansive mappings in Banach spaces
Wataru Takahashi;Naoki Shioji.
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society (1997)
Approximation of common fixed points of a countable family of nonexpansive mappings in a Banach space
Koji Aoyama;Yasunori Kimura;Wataru Takahashi;Masashi Toyoda.
Nonlinear Analysis-theory Methods & Applications (2007)
NONCONVEX MINIMIZATION THEOREMS AND FIXED POINT THEOREMS IN COMPLETE METRIC SPACES
Osamu Kada;Tomonari Suzuki;Wataru Takahashi.
Mathematica japonicae (1996)
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