|Receding Horizon Stability Analysis of Delayed Neural Networks with Randomly Occurring Uncertainties
Liankun Sun, Yanyu Wang*, and Wanru Wang
International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems, vol. 19, no. 10, pp.3297-3308, 2021
Abstract : For delayed neural networks with randomly occurring uncertainties (ROU), this paper uses an improved integral inequality to optimize the stability of the receding horizon. The ROU follows some uncorrelated Bernoulli distribution white noise sequence, which it can enter the neural network in a free and random manner. By using a suitable lemma, the ROU problem added in this paper is transformed into a linear matrix inequality. Based on the auxiliary function-based integral inequality method, the new cross terms matrix of linear matrix inequality in the improved Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional is processed. Therefore, some new matrix variables containing more information are generated, so that the results have more degrees of freedom. This paper has obtained the new condition of the end-weighting matrix of the receding horizon cost function, thereby reducing its conservativeness and increasing its upper limit of delay. Finally, the superiority of the method has be illustrated by giving some simulation numerical examples.
Neural network, randomly occurring uncertainties, receding horizon stabilization, time delay.
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