In this paper, the spectral algorithm for nonlinear equations (SANE) is adapted to the problem of finding a zero of a given tangent vector field on a Riemannian manifold. The generalized version of SANE uses, in a systematic way, the tangent vector field as a search direction and a continuous real-valued function that adapts this direction and ensures that it verifies a descent condition for an associated merit function. To speed up the convergence of the proposed method, we incorporate a Riemannian adaptive spectral parameter in combination with a non-monotone globalization technique. The global convergence of the proposed procedure is established under some standard assumptions. Numerical results indicate that our algorithm is very effective and efficient solving tangent vector field on different Riemannian manifolds and competes favorably with a Polak–Ribiére–Polyak method recently published and other methods existing in the literature.
- Non-monotone line search
- Nonlinear system of equations
- Riemannian manifold
- Spectral residual method
- Tangent vector field