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Axioms, Volume 10; doi:10.3390/axioms10020076
The objective of this paper is to introduce an iterative method with the addition of an inertial term to solve equilibrium problems in a real Hilbert space. The proposed iterative scheme is based on the Mann-type iterative scheme and the extragradient method. By imposing certain mild conditions on a bifunction, the corresponding theorem of strong convergence in real Hilbert space is well-established. The proposed method has the advantage of requiring no knowledge of Lipschitz-type constants. The applications of our results to solve particular classes of equilibrium problems is presented. Numerical results are established to validate the proposed method’s efficiency and to compare it to other methods in the literature.