Nonfragile Dissipative Synchronization for Markovian Memristive Neural Networks: A Gain-Scheduled Control Scheme.
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In this paper, the dissipative synchronization control problem for Markovian jump memristive neural networks (MNNs) is addressed with fully considering the time-varying delays and the fragility problem in the process of implementing the gain-scheduled controller. A Markov jump model is introduced to describe the stochastic changing among the connection of MNNs and it makes the networks under consideration suitable for some actual circumstances. By utilizing some improved integral inequalities and constructing a proper Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional, several delay-dependent synchronization criteria with less conservatism are established to ensure the dynamic error system is strictly stochastically dissipative. Based on these criteria, the procedure of designing the desired nonfragile gain-scheduled controller is established, which can well handle the fragility problem in the process of implementing the controller. Finally, an illustrated example is employed to explain that the developed method is efficient and available.