# Strong convergence of an iterative algorithm for a class of nonlinear set-valued variational inclusions

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In this communication, we introduce an Ishikawa type iterative algorithm for finding the approximate solutions of a class of nonlinear set valued variational inclusion problems. We also establish a characterization of strong convergence of this iterative techniques.

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