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Title: Finite-Time Stability Analysis for Markovian Jump Memristive Neural Networks With Partly Unknown Transition Probabilities
Authors: Ruoxia Li;Jinde Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the finite-time stochastically stability (FTSS) analysis of Markovian jump memristive neural networks with partly unknown transition probabilities. In the neural networks, there exist a group of modes determined by Markov chain, and thus, the Markovian jump was taken into consideration and the concept of FTSS is first introduced for the memristive model. By introducing a Markov switching Lyapunov functional and stochastic analysis theory, an FTSS test procedure is proposed, from which we can conclude that the settling time function is a stochastic variable and its expectation is finite. The system under consideration is quite general since it contains completely known and completely unknown transition probabilities as two special cases. More importantly, a nonlinear measure method was introduced to verify the uniqueness of the equilibrium point; compared with the fixed point Theorem that has been widely used in the existing results, this method is more easy to implement. Besides, the delay interval was divided into four subintervals, which make full use of the information of the subsystems upper bounds of the time-varying delays. Finally, the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed method is demonstrated by two simulation examples.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/187509
volume: 28
issue: 12
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Title: Finite-Time Stability Analysis for Markovian Jump Memristive Neural Networks With Partly Unknown Transition Probabilities
Authors: Ruoxia Li;Jinde Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the finite-time stochastically stability (FTSS) analysis of Markovian jump memristive neural networks with partly unknown transition probabilities. In the neural networks, there exist a group of modes determined by Markov chain, and thus, the Markovian jump was taken into consideration and the concept of FTSS is first introduced for the memristive model. By introducing a Markov switching Lyapunov functional and stochastic analysis theory, an FTSS test procedure is proposed, from which we can conclude that the settling time function is a stochastic variable and its expectation is finite. The system under consideration is quite general since it contains completely known and completely unknown transition probabilities as two special cases. More importantly, a nonlinear measure method was introduced to verify the uniqueness of the equilibrium point; compared with the fixed point Theorem that has been widely used in the existing results, this method is more easy to implement. Besides, the delay interval was divided into four subintervals, which make full use of the information of the subsystems upper bounds of the time-varying delays. Finally, the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed method is demonstrated by two simulation examples.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/187509
volume: 28
issue: 12
More Information: 2924,
2935
Appears in Collections:2017

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7577887.pdf779.79 kBAdobe PDF
Title: Finite-Time Stability Analysis for Markovian Jump Memristive Neural Networks With Partly Unknown Transition Probabilities
Authors: Ruoxia Li;Jinde Cao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the finite-time stochastically stability (FTSS) analysis of Markovian jump memristive neural networks with partly unknown transition probabilities. In the neural networks, there exist a group of modes determined by Markov chain, and thus, the Markovian jump was taken into consideration and the concept of FTSS is first introduced for the memristive model. By introducing a Markov switching Lyapunov functional and stochastic analysis theory, an FTSS test procedure is proposed, from which we can conclude that the settling time function is a stochastic variable and its expectation is finite. The system under consideration is quite general since it contains completely known and completely unknown transition probabilities as two special cases. More importantly, a nonlinear measure method was introduced to verify the uniqueness of the equilibrium point; compared with the fixed point Theorem that has been widely used in the existing results, this method is more easy to implement. Besides, the delay interval was divided into four subintervals, which make full use of the information of the subsystems upper bounds of the time-varying delays. Finally, the effectiveness and superiority of the proposed method is demonstrated by two simulation examples.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/187509
volume: 28
issue: 12
More Information: 2924,
2935
Appears in Collections:2017

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7577887.pdf779.79 kBAdobe PDF