In this paper, we design some iterative schemes for solving operator equation $ Lu=f $, where $ L:H\rightarrow H $ is a bounded, invertible and self-adjoint operator on a separable Hilbert space $ H $. In this concern, Richardson and Chebyshev iterative methods are two outstanding as well as long-standing ones. They can be implemented in different ways via different concepts.
In this paper, these schemes exploit the almost recently developed notion of g-frames which result in modified convergence rates compared with early computed ones in corresponding classical formulations.
In fact, these convergence rates are formed by the lower and upper bounds of the given g-frame. Therefore, we can determine any convergence rate by considering an appropriate g-frame.