In this paper, we investigate a bilevel split variational inequality problem (BSVIP) involving a strongly monotone mapping in the upper-level problem and pseudomonotone mappings in the lower-level one. A strongly convergent algorithm for such a BSVIP is proposed and analyzed. In particular, a problem of finding the minimum-norm solution of a split pseudomonotone variational inequality problem is also studied. As a consequence, we get a strongly convergent algorithm for finding the minimum-norm solution to the split feasibility problem, which requires only two projections at each iteration step. An application to discrete optimal control problems is considered.

}, issn = {2315-4144}, doi = {10.1007/s40306-016-0178-8}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40306-016-0178-8}, author = {Anh, Pham Ky and Anh, Tran Viet and Muu, Le Dung} }