Impulsive Control Systems and Complexity II

A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390). This special issue belongs to the section "Dynamical Systems".

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Interests: impulsive control theory; hybrid systems; time-delay systems; neural networks and applied mathematics
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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. Jinde Cao
Prof. Dr. Wei Zhu
Prof. Dr. Gani Stamov
Dr. Ivanka Stamova
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Keywords

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

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Impulsive Control and Synchronization for Fractional-Order Hyper-Chaotic Financial System
by Xinggui Li, Ruofeng Rao, Shouming Zhong, Xinsong Yang, Hu Li and Yulin Zhang
Mathematics 2022, 10(15), 2737; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10152737 - 02 Aug 2022
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This paper reports a new global Mittag-Leffler synchronization criterion with regard to fractional-order hyper-chaotic financial systems by designing the suitable impulsive control and the state feedback controller. The significance of this impulsive synchronization lies in the fact that the backward economic system can [...] Read more.
This paper reports a new global Mittag-Leffler synchronization criterion with regard to fractional-order hyper-chaotic financial systems by designing the suitable impulsive control and the state feedback controller. The significance of this impulsive synchronization lies in the fact that the backward economic system can synchronize asymptotically with the advanced economic system under effective impulse macroeconomic management means. Matlab’s LMI toolbox is utilized to deduce the feasible solution in a numerical example, which shows the effectiveness of the proposed methods. It is worth mentioning that the LMI-based criterion usually requires the activation function of the system to be Lipschitz, but the activation function in this paper is fixed and truly nonlinear, which cannot be assumed to be Lipschitz continuous. This is another mathematical difficulty overcome in this paper. Full article
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Quantitative Mean Square Exponential Stability and Stabilization of Linear Itô Stochastic Markovian Jump Systems Driven by Both Brownian and Poisson Noises
by Gaizhen Chang, Tingkun Sun, Zhiguo Yan, Min Zhang and Xiaomin Zhou
Mathematics 2022, 10(13), 2330; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10132330 - 03 Jul 2022
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In this paper, quantitative mean square exponential stability and stabilization of Itô-type linear stochastic Markovian jump systems with Brownian and Poisson noises are investigated. First, the definition of quantitative mean square exponential stability, which takes into account the transient and steady behaviors of [...] Read more.
In this paper, quantitative mean square exponential stability and stabilization of Itô-type linear stochastic Markovian jump systems with Brownian and Poisson noises are investigated. First, the definition of quantitative mean square exponential stability, which takes into account the transient and steady behaviors of the system, is presented. Second, the relationship between general finite-time mean square stability, finite-time stochastic stability, and quantitative mean square exponential stability is proposed. Subsequently, some sufficient conditions for the existence of state feedback and observer-based controllers are derived, and an algorithm is offered to solve the matrix inequalities resulting from quantitative mean square exponential stabilization. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed results is illustrated with the numerical example and the practical example. Full article
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Mean-Square Strong Stability and Stabilization of Discrete-Time Markov Jump Systems with Multiplicative Noises
by Zhiguo Yan and Fangxu Su
Mathematics 2022, 10(6), 979; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10060979 - 18 Mar 2022
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In this paper, the mean-square strong stability and stabilization of discrete-time Markov jump systems are studied. Firstly, the definition of mean-square strong stability is given, and the necessary and sufficient conditions for mean-square strong stability are derived. Secondly, several necessary and sufficient conditions [...] Read more.
In this paper, the mean-square strong stability and stabilization of discrete-time Markov jump systems are studied. Firstly, the definition of mean-square strong stability is given, and the necessary and sufficient conditions for mean-square strong stability are derived. Secondly, several necessary and sufficient conditions for mean-square strong stabilization via a state feedback controller and an output feedback controller are obtained. Furthermore, explicit expressions for the state feedback controller and static output feedback controller are obtained. Finally, two examples are given to illustrate the validity of the above results. Full article
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Event-Triggered Extended Kalman Filtering Analysis for Networked Systems
by Huijuan Zhao, Jiapeng Xu and Fangfei Li
Mathematics 2022, 10(6), 927; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10060927 - 14 Mar 2022
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In this paper, the filtering problem of nonlinear networked systems with event-triggered data transmission tasks is studied. To reduce the transmission of excessive measurement data in the bandwidth-limited network, a data transmission mechanism with event trigger is introduced to analyze the error behavior [...] Read more.
In this paper, the filtering problem of nonlinear networked systems with event-triggered data transmission tasks is studied. To reduce the transmission of excessive measurement data in the bandwidth-limited network, a data transmission mechanism with event trigger is introduced to analyze the error behavior of the extended Kalman filter. We prove that the real estimation error and error covariance matrices can be determined by restricting the initial conditions appropriately. Finally, the effectiveness of the filtering algorithm is verified by simulation. Full article
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Impulsive Control of Complex-Valued Neural Networks with Mixed Time Delays and Uncertainties
by Yujuan Tian, Yuhan Yin, Fei Wang and Kening Wang
Mathematics 2022, 10(3), 526; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10030526 - 08 Feb 2022
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This paper investigates the global exponential stability of uncertain delayed complex-valued neural networks (CVNNs) under an impulsive controller. Both discrete and distributed time-varying delays are considered, which makes our model more general than previous works. Unlike most existing research methods of decomposing CVNNs [...] Read more.
This paper investigates the global exponential stability of uncertain delayed complex-valued neural networks (CVNNs) under an impulsive controller. Both discrete and distributed time-varying delays are considered, which makes our model more general than previous works. Unlike most existing research methods of decomposing CVNNs into real and imaginary parts, some stability criteria in terms of complex-valued linear matrix inequalities (LMIs) are obtained by employing the complex Lyapunov function method, which is valid regardless of whether the activation functions can be decomposed. Moreover, a new impulsive differential inequality is applied to resolve the difficulties caused by the mixed time delays and delayed impulse effects. Finally, an illustrative example is provided to back up our theoretical results. Full article
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Parameter Estimation Algorithms for Hammerstein Finite Impulse Response Moving Average Systems Using the Data Filtering Theory
by Yan Ji and Jinde Cao
Mathematics 2022, 10(3), 438; https://doi.org/10.3390/math10030438 - 29 Jan 2022
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This paper considers the parameter estimation problems of Hammerstein finite impulse response moving average (FIR–MA) systems. Based on the matrix transformation and the hierarchical identification principle, the Hammerstein FIR–MA system is recast into two models, and a decomposition-based recursive least-squares algorithm is deduced [...] Read more.
This paper considers the parameter estimation problems of Hammerstein finite impulse response moving average (FIR–MA) systems. Based on the matrix transformation and the hierarchical identification principle, the Hammerstein FIR–MA system is recast into two models, and a decomposition-based recursive least-squares algorithm is deduced for estimating the parameters of these two models. In order to further improve the accuracy of the parameter estimation, a multi-innovation hierarchical least-squares algorithm based on the data filtering theory proposed. Finally, a simulation example demonstrates the effectiveness of the proposed scheme. Full article
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