# Random Fuzzy Complementarity Problem

## Keywords:

Complementarity problem, Random fuzzy mapping, Algorithm, DLipschitz continuity, Relaxed Cocoercivity.## Abstract

In this paper, we introduce and study a random fuzzy complementarity problem in Hilbert spaces. We define an iterative algorithm for finding the approximate solutions of this class of complementarity problem and establish the convergence of iterative sequences generated by proposed algorithm. Our result can be viewed as generalization of many known corresponding results. One example is constructed in support of our problem.## References

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