sabach

sabach

[‚sä‚bäk]
(geology)
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Sabach, "Three strong convergence theorems regarding iterative methods for solving equilibrium problems in reflexive Banach Spaces," Contemporary Mathematics, vol.
Sabach, "A projection method for solving nonlinear problems in reflexive Banach spaces," Journal of Fixed Point Theory and Applications, vol.
Though Oved claims (perhaps jokingly) that the name is an acronym for the Hebrew words for salad-egg-more-eggplant, others believe it was named after Halabi, or at least stems from the Arabic word sabach, meaning morning.