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Impulsive Control Systems and Complexity

A special issue of Entropy (ISSN 1099-4300). This special issue belongs to the section "Complexity".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019)

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School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Ji'nan 250014, China
Interests: impulsive control theory; hybrid systems; time-delay systems; neural networks and applied mathematics
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1. Department of Mathematical Physics, Technical University of Sofia, Sliven, Bulgaria
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Interests: nonlinear analysis; control theory; mathematical modeling; differential equations; fractional calculus
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Dear Colleagues,

Many complex real word phenomena exist under the conditions of disorder, chaos, randomness, uncertainty, or in general, under the conditions of entropy. The design of efficient impulsive controllers for such chaotic systems is the main objective of numerous researchers. The impulsive control of complex phenomena arises naturally in a wide variety of applications. Indeed, impulsive control dynamical systems are used for the mathematical simulation of processes which are subject to impulses during their evolution. Such types of processes are observed in numerous fields of science and technology: Control theory, population dynamics, biotechnologies, industrial robotics, etc.

The dynamic of impulsive control dynamical systems has long been and will continue to be one of the dominant themes in mathematics and mathematics applications due to its theoretical and practical significance. During the last couple of decades, the analysis of impulsive control complex systems and related models has attracted the attention of a wide audience of professionals, such as mathematicians, applied researchers, and practitioners. For example, impulsive control and synchronization are the most interesting and important collective behaviors of complex networking systems and have aroused great interest in researchers in fields such as secure communication and information processing. There are many cases where impulsive control can give a better performance than continuous control. Sometimes even only impulsive control can be used for control purposes. Impulsive control methodology is very effective and allows synchronization of a complex system using only small control impulses, even though the system’s behavior may follow unpredictable patterns.

In spite of the amount of published results recently focused on impulsive control complex systems, there remain many challenging open questions. The theory and applications of these systems are still very active areas of research.

In this Special Issue, we provide an international forum for researchers to contribute with original research as well as review papers focusing on the latest achievements in the theory and applications of impulsive control complex dynamical systems.

Prof. Dr. Xiaodi Li
Prof. Dr. Ivanka Stamova
Prof. Dr. Gani Stamov
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Keywords

  • complex dynamical systems
  • impulsive control
  • synchronization
  • stability
  • impulsive state feedback control
  • chaos control
  • entropy
  • complex networks
  • cluster synchronization
  • hybrid control
  • time-varying delays
  • finite-time synchronization

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Synchronization of Fractional-Order Complex Chaotic Systems Based on Observers
by Zhonghui Li, Tongshui Xia and Cuimei Jiang
Entropy 2019, 21(5), 481; https://doi.org/10.3390/e21050481 - 10 May 2019
Cited by 8 | Viewed by 3000
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By designing a state observer, a new type of synchronization named complex modified projective synchronization is investigated in a class of nonlinear fractional-order complex chaotic systems. Combining stability results of the fractional-order systems and the pole placement method, this paper proves the stability [...] Read more.
By designing a state observer, a new type of synchronization named complex modified projective synchronization is investigated in a class of nonlinear fractional-order complex chaotic systems. Combining stability results of the fractional-order systems and the pole placement method, this paper proves the stability of fractional-order error systems and realizes complex modified projective synchronization. This method is so effective that it can be applied in engineering. Additionally, the proposed synchronization strategy is suitable for all fractional-order chaotic systems, including fractional-order hyper-chaotic systems. Finally, two numerical examples are studied to show the correctness of this new synchronization strategy. Full article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Impulsive Control Systems and Complexity)
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