Event-based control for memristive systems
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This paper studies the event-based control for memristive systems. Consider the state-dependent properties of the memristor, a new fuzzy model employing parallel distributed compensation (PDC) gives a new way to linearize complicated memristive system with only two subsystems. As the existence of uncertainties of memristor and to reduce the amount of communication, event-based control algorithm to stabilize memristive systems and extend the results to systems with signal quantization and networked induced delays. Through the fuzzy modeling and distributed event-based control, there are three main advantages: (1) only two linear subsystems are considered to reduce the numbers of fuzzy rules from 2n to 2×n as for traditional Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model, n is the number of memristive subsystems; (2) the memristive subsystem is triggered at its own event time, which reduces communication burdens and lowers the controller updating frequency; (3) the effects of quantization and time delays are taken into account. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.
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Wen, S., Zeng, Z., & Huang, T.