# An itertive algorithm with error terms for solving a system of implicit n-variational inclusions

### Abstract

A new system of implicit n-variational inclusions is considered. We propose a new algorithm with error terms for computing the approximate solutions of our system. The convergence of the iterative sequences generated by the iterative algorithm is also discussed. Some special cases are also discussed.### References

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