This article investigates region stabilization issue of switched neural networks (SNNs) with multiple modes (MMs) and multiple equilibria (ME) via a pole assignment method. In such an SNN, every neuron is observed with more than one mode and unstable equilibrium point. First, SNNs with MMs and ME are modeled in terms of switched systems with unstable subsystems and ME. Second, a necessary and sufficient condition and a sufficient condition are, respectively, proposed for arbitrary switching paths pole assignment and arbitrary periodic/quasi-periodic switching paths (PSPs/QSPs) asymptotically region stabilizing pole assignment of switched linear time-invariant (LTI) systems with ME. It is shown that to stabilize a switched LTI system, some/all poles of all/some linear subsystems can be assigned to suitable locations of the right-half side of the complex plane. Third, based on the obtained pole assignment results, an asymptotical-region-stabilizing-control law observed as distributed state feedback controllers of MMs, asymptotical-region-stabilizing PSPs/QSPs, and a corresponding algorithm are all designed for asymptotical region stabilization of switched linear/nonlinear neural networks with MMs and ME. Finally, a numeral example is given to illustrate the effectiveness and practicality of the new results.

Region Stabilization of Switched Neural Networks With Multiple Modes and Multiple Equilibria: A Pole Assignment Method

Karimi, Hamid Reza
2019

Abstract

This article investigates region stabilization issue of switched neural networks (SNNs) with multiple modes (MMs) and multiple equilibria (ME) via a pole assignment method. In such an SNN, every neuron is observed with more than one mode and unstable equilibrium point. First, SNNs with MMs and ME are modeled in terms of switched systems with unstable subsystems and ME. Second, a necessary and sufficient condition and a sufficient condition are, respectively, proposed for arbitrary switching paths pole assignment and arbitrary periodic/quasi-periodic switching paths (PSPs/QSPs) asymptotically region stabilizing pole assignment of switched linear time-invariant (LTI) systems with ME. It is shown that to stabilize a switched LTI system, some/all poles of all/some linear subsystems can be assigned to suitable locations of the right-half side of the complex plane. Third, based on the obtained pole assignment results, an asymptotical-region-stabilizing-control law observed as distributed state feedback controllers of MMs, asymptotical-region-stabilizing PSPs/QSPs, and a corresponding algorithm are all designed for asymptotical region stabilization of switched linear/nonlinear neural networks with MMs and ME. Finally, a numeral example is given to illustrate the effectiveness and practicality of the new results.
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