Lagrange Stability and Finite-Time Stabilization of Fuzzy Memristive Neural Networks With Hybrid Time-Varying Delays
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This paper focuses on Lagrange exponential stability and finite-time stabilization of Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy memristive neural networks with discrete and distributed time-varying delays (DFMNNs). By resorting to theories of differential inclusions and the comparison strategy, an algebraic condition is developed to confirm Lagrange exponential stability of the underlying DFMNNs in Filippov's sense, and the exponentially attractive set is estimated. When external input is not considered, global exponential stability of DFMNNs is derived directly, which includes some existing ones as special cases. Furthermore, finite-time stabilization of the addressed DFMNNs is analyzed by exploiting inequality techniques and the comparison approach via designing a nonlinear state feedback controller. The boundedness assumption of activation functions is removed herein. Finally, two simulations are presented to demonstrate the validness of the outcomes, and an application is performed in pseudorandom number generation.
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Sheng, Y., Lewis, F. L., Zeng, Z., & Huang, T.