The theory of monotone set-valued operators plays a central role in many areas of nonlinear analysis. A prominent example of a monotone operator is the subdifferential operator investigated in Chapter 16. Single-valued monotone operators will be seen to be closely related to the firmly nonexpansive operators studied in Chapter 4. Our investigation of monotone operators will rely heavily on the Fitzpatrick function.
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