Event-Triggered Exponential Stabilization for State-Based Switched Inertial Complex-Valued Neural Networks With Multiple Delays.
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This article explores the exponential stabilization issue of a class of state-based switched inertial complex-valued neural networks with multiple delays via event-triggered control. First, the state-based switched inertial complex-valued neural networks with multiple delays are modeled. Second, by separating the real and imaginary parts of complex values, the state-based switched inertial complex-valued neural networks are transformed into two state-based switched inertial real-valued neural networks. Through the variable substitution method, the model of the second-order inertial neural networks is transformed into a model of the first-order neural networks. Third, an event-triggered controller with the transmission sequence is designed to study the exponential stabilization issue of neural networks constructed above. Then, by constructing the Lyapunov functions and based on some inequalities, we obtain sufficient conditions for exponential stabilization of the proposed neural networks. Furthermore, it is proved that the Zeno phenomenon cannot happen under the designed event-triggered controller. Finally, a simulation example is given to illustrate the correctness of the results.