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Abstract and Applied Analysis
Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 175796, 12 pages
http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/175796
Research Article

Guaranteed Cost Control for Exponential Synchronization of Cellular Neural Networks with Mixed Time-Varying Delays via Hybrid Feedback Control

1Department of Mathematics, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
2Centre of Excellence in Mathematics, CHE, Si Ayutthaya Road, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
3Department of Mathematics, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

Received 30 November 2012; Revised 9 February 2013; Accepted 18 February 2013

Academic Editor: Yanni Xiao

Copyright © 2013 T. Botmart and W. Weera. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract

The problem of guaranteed cost control for exponential synchronization of cellular neural networks with interval nondifferentiable and distributed time-varying delays via hybrid feedback control is considered. The interval time-varying delay function is not necessary to be differentiable. Based on the construction of improved Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals is combined with Leibniz-Newton's formula and the technique of dealing with some integral terms. New delay-dependent sufficient conditions for the exponential synchronization of the error systems with memoryless hybrid feedback control are first established in terms of LMIs without introducing any free-weighting matrices. The optimal guaranteed cost control with linear error hybrid feedback is turned into the solvable problem of a set of LMIs. A numerical example is also given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.

1. Introduction

In the past decade, synchronization in neural networks (NNs), such as cellular NNs, Hopfield NNs, and bidirectional associative memory networks, has received a great deal of interest among scientists in a variety of areas, such as signal processing, pattern recognition, static image processing, associative memory, content-addressable memory and combinatorial optimization [16]. In performing a periodicity or stability analysis of a neural network, the conditions to be imposed on the neural network are determined by the characteristics of various activation functions and network parameters. When neural networks are created for problem solving, it is desirable for their activation functions not to be too restrictive. As a result, there has been considerable research work on the stability of neural networks with various activation functions and more general conditions [79]. On the other hand, the problem of chaos synchronization has attracted a wide range of research activity in recent years. A chaotic system has complex dynamical behaviors that possess some special features, such as being extremely sensitive to tiny variations of initial conditions and having bounded trajectories in the phase space. The first concept of chaos synchronization making two chaotic systems oscillate in a synchronized manner was introduced by [2], and many different methods have been applied theoretically and experimentally to synchronize chaotic systems, for example, linear feedback method [10], active control [11], adaptive control [11, 12], impulsive control [13, 14], back-stepping design [15], time-delay feedback control [16] and intermittent control [17], sampled data control [18], and so forth.

The guaranteed cost control of uncertain systems was first put forward by Chang and Peng [19] and introduced by a lot of authors, which is to design a controller to robustly stabilize the uncertain system and guarantee an adequate level of performance. The guaranteed cost control approach has recently been extended to the neural networks with time delay (see [7, 9, 2022] and references cited therein). In [7], author investigated the guaranteed cost control problem for a class of neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays in state and control. By using improved Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals combined with LMIs technique. A delay-dependent criterion for existence of the guaranteed cost controller is derived in terms of LMIs. Optimal guaranteed cost control for linear systems with mixed interval nondifferentiable time-varying delayed state and control has been studied in [20]. By constructing a set of augmented Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals combined with Newton-Leibniz formula, the sufficient conditions for the existence of an optimal guaranteed cost state feedback for the system have been derived in terms of LMIs. Moreover, all this work has been developed for the guaranteed cost control synchronization of time-varying delay systems [2124]. Based on the Lyapunov-Krasovskii analysis process and the zoned discussion and maximax synthesis (ZDMS) method, the quadratic matrix inequality (QMI) criterion for the guaranteed cost synchronous controller is designed to synchronize the given neural networks with time-varying delay [21, 22]. However, to the best of our knowledge, few published papers deal with the problem of guaranteed cost synchronization of cellular neural networks with time-varying delay by using feedback control. So, our paper presents cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays and we also approach to establish both delay and nondelay controllers to the system.

It is known that exponential stability is a more favorite property than asymptotic stability since it gives a faster convergence rate to the equilibrium point and any information about the decay rates of the delayed neural networks. Therefore it is particularly important when the exponential convergence rate is used to determine the speed of neural computations. The exponential stability property guarantees that, whatever transformation occurs, the network’s ability to store rapidly the activity pattern is left invariant by self-organization. Thus, it is important to determine the exponential stability and to estimate the exponential convergence rate for delayed neural networks. Recently, exponential synchronization of neural networks has been widely investigated and many effective methods have been presented by [2533]. A synchronization scheme for a class of delayed neural networks with time-varying delays based on the Lyapunov functional method and Hermitian matrices theory is derived in [25]. In [26, 27], authors presented sufficient conditions for the exponential synchronization of neural networks with time-varying delays in terms of the feasible solution to the LMIs.

The stability criteria for system with time delays can be classified into two categories: delay independent and delay dependent. Delay-independent criteria do not employ any information on the size of the delay, while delay-dependent criteria make use of such information at different levels. Delay-dependent stability conditions are generally less conservative than delay-independent ones especially when the delay is small. Recently, delay-dependent stability for interval time-varying delay was investigated in [8, 9, 3437]. Interval time-varying delay is a time delay that varies in an interval in which the lower bound is not restricted to be 0. Tian and Zhou [36] considered the delay-dependent asymptotic stability criteria for neural networks (NNs) with time-varying interval delay. By introducing a novel Lyapunov functional stability criteria of asymptotic stability is derived in terms of LMIs with adding the term free-weighting matrix. Delay-dependent robust exponential stabilization criteria for interval time-varying delay systems are proposed in [37], by using Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals combined with the free-weighting matrices. It is noted that the former has more matrix variables than our result. Therefore, our result has less conservative and matrix variables than [36, 37]. Moreover, neural networks with distributed delays have been extensively discussed [2933, 3841]. In [38, 39, 41], a neural circuit has been designed with distributed delays, which solves the general problem of recognized patterns in a time-dependent signal. The master-slave synchronization problem has been investigated for neural networks with discrete and distributed time-varying delays in [29, 30]; based on the drive-response concept, LMI approach, and the Lyapunov stability theorem, several delay-dependent feedback controllers were derived to achieve the exponential synchronization of the chaotic neural networks. In [33], by constructing proper Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional and employing a combination of the free-weighting matrix method, Leibniz-Newton, formulation and inequality technique, the feedback controllers were derived to ensure the asymptotical and exponential synchronization of the addressed neural networks.

However, It is worth pointing out that the given criteria in [21, 22] still have been based on the following conditions: (1) the time-varying delays are continuously differentiable; (2) the derivative of time-varying delay is bounded; (3) the time-varying delays with the lower bound are restricted to be 0. However, in most cases, these conditions are difficult to satisfy. Therefore, in this paper we will employ some new techniques so that the above conditions can be removed. To the best of our knowledge, the guaranteed cost synchronization problem of the cellular neural networks with nondifferentiable interval time-varying discrete and distributed delays and various activation functions is seldom discussed in terms of LMIs, which remains important and challenging.

In this paper, inspired by the above discussions, we consider the problem of guaranteed cost control for exponential synchronization of cellular neural networks with interval nondifferentiable and distributed time-varying delays via hybrid feedback control. There are various activation functions which are considered in the system, and the restriction on differentiability of interval time-varying delays is removed, which means that a fast interval time-varying delay is allowed. Based on the construction of improved Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals combined with Liebniz-Newton formula and the technique of dealing with some integral terms, new delay-dependent sufficient conditions for the exponential stabilization of the memoryless feedback controls are first established of LMIs without introducing any free-weighting matrices. The optimal guaranteed cost control with linear error hybrid feedback is turned into the solvable problem of a set of LMIs. The new stability condition is much less conservative and more general than some existing results. A numerical example is also given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.

The rest of this paper is organized as follows. In Section 2, we give notations, definition, propositions, and lemma for using in the proof of the main results. Delay-dependent sufficient conditions of guaranteed cost control for exponential synchronization of cellular neural networks with various activation functions and interval and distributed time-varying delays with memoryless hybrid feedback controls are presented in Section 3. Numerical examples illustrating the obtained results are given in Section 4. The paper ends with conclusions in Section 5 and cited references.

2. Preliminaries

The following notation will be used in this paper: denotes the set of all real nonnegative numbers; denotes the -dimensional space and the vector norm ; denotes the space of all matrices of -dimensions.

denotes the transpose of matrix ; is symmetric if ; denotes the identity matrix; denotes the set of all eigenvalues of ; .

, ; denotes the set of all -valued continuous functions on ; denotes the set of all the -valued square integrable functions on .

Matrix is called semipositive definite if for all is positive definite if for all ; means . The symmetric term in a matrix is denoted by .

In this paper, the master-slave cellular neural networks (MSCNNs) with mixed time-varying delays are described as follows: where and are the master system’s state vector and the slave system’s state vector of the neural networks, respectively. is the number of neural, are the activation functions, , represents the self-feedback term, and , and denote the connection weights, the discretely delayed connection weights, and the distributively delayed connection weight, respectively.

The synchronization error is the form . Therefore, the cellular neural networks with mixed time-varying delays of synchronization error between the master-slave systems given in (1) and (2) can be described by where , , and . The state hybrid feedback controller satisfies : where and is a constant matrix control gain. In this paper, our goal is to design suitable such that system (2) synchronizes with system (1). Then, substituting it into (4), it is easy to get the following: Throughout this paper, we consider various activation functions and the activation functions , , and satisfy the following assumption.

() The activation functions , , and satisfy Lipschitzian with the Lipschitz constants , and : and we denote that

The time-varying delay functions and , , satisfy the condition

It is worth noting that the time delay is assumed to be a continuous function belonging to a given interval, which means that the lower and upper bounds for the time-varying delay are available, but the delay function is bounded but not restricted to being zero. The initial functions , , with the norm

Define the following quadratic cost function of the associated system (4) as follows: where and are positive definite matrices.

Remark 1. If , , , and , the system model (6) turns into the cellular neural networks with activation functions and time-varying delays proposed by [21, 22] Therefore, (6) is a general cellular neural networks model, with (12) as the special case.

Definition 2. Given , the zero solution of system (6) with is -stable if there exists a positive number such that every solution satisfies the following condition:

We introduce the following technical well-known propositions and lemma, which will be used in the proof of our results.

Proposition 3 (see [42] (Cauchy inequality)). For any symmetric positive definite matrix and , we have

Proposition 4 (see [42]). For any symmetric positive definite matrix , scalar , and vector function such that the integrations concerned are well defined, the following inequality holds:

Proposition 5 (see [42] (Schur complement lemma)). Given constant symmetric matrices , , and with appropriate dimensions satisfying , , then if and only if

3. Main Results

Let us set

Theorem 6. Given , and , is a guaranteed cost controller if there exist symmetric positive definite matrices , , , , , and , diagonal matrices , and a matrix with appropriately dimensioned such that the following LMIs holds: where then the error system (6) is exponentially stabilizable. Moreover, the feedback control is and the upper bound of the cost function (11) is as follows:

Proof. Let and let . Using the feedback control (24), we consider the following Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional: where It is easy to check that Taking the derivative of along the solution of system (6), we have For assumption (), we can obtain the following three inequalities: Applying Propositions 3 and 4 and since the matrices , are diagonal, we have and the Leibniz-Newton formula gives Applying Proposition 4 and the Leibniz-Newton formula, we have Note that Using Proposition 4 gives Let . Then Therefore from (35)-(36), we obtain By using the following identity relation: we have By using Propositions 3 and 4, we have From (29)–(40), we obtain where Since , is a convex combination of and . Therefore, is equivalent to and . Applying Schur complement lemma, Proposition 5, the inequalities , , and are equivalent to , , and , respectively. Thus, from (18)–(21) and (41), we obtain Since , we have Integrating both sides of (44) from to , we obtain Furthermore, taking condition (28) into account, we have Because is radially unbounded, by the Lyapunov-Krasovskii theorem and the solution of the error system (6) satisfy which implies the exponential stability of the error system (6) under the controller . Consequentially, the controlled slave system (1) is synchronized with the master system (2).
Furthermore, from (43) and , we have Integrating both sides of (48) from to , we obtain due to . Hence Given , we obtain The proof is completed.

Remark 7. In our main results, guaranteed cost synchronization problem for cellular neural networks with interval nondifferentiable time-varying and distributed time-varying delays is considered. We first construct the improved Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals as shown in (26). We give sufficient conditions for the exponential synchronization of the error systems are independent on the derivatives of the time-varying delays and without introducing any free-weighting matrices turn out to be less conservative with fewer matrix variables than see [7, 9, 20, 35, 38, 39, 41].

Remark 8. In most results on guaranteed cost synchronization problem for cellular neural networks, authors have considered only activation functions with time-varying delay [21, 22]. But in our works, we have considered a more complicated problem, namely, guaranteed cost synchronization of cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays in state and feedback control term simultaneously. To the best of our knowledge, our results are among the first results on guaranteed cost synchronization of cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays using hybrid feedback control. Therefore, our stability conditions are less conservative than other existing results [21, 22].

4. Numerical Examples

In this section, we now provide an example to show the effectiveness of the result in Theorem 6.

Example 9. Consider the cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays using hybrid feedback control with the following parameters: where

Solution 1. From the conditions (18)–(22) of Theorem 6, we let , , , , , , , and . By using the LMI Toolbox in MATLAB, we obtain and accordingly the feedback control is . Thus, is exponentially synchronization and the value , so the solution of the closed-loop system satisfies and the optimal guaranteed cost of the closed-loop system is as follows: We let , , , , , , for all , and the activation functions as follows: Figure 1 shows the trajectories of solutions and of the cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays without hybrid feedback control . Figure 2 shows the trajectories of solutions and of the cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays with hybrid feedback control .

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Figure 1: Synchronization error curves of the master system (52) and the slave system (53) without hybrid feedback control.
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Figure 2: Synchronization error curves of the master system (52) and the slave system (53) with hybrid feedback control input.

Remark 10. The advantage of Example 9 is the lower bound of the delay and interval time-varying delay and distributed time-varying delay are nondifferentiable. Moreover, in these examples we still investigate various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays in state and feedback control term simultaneously; hence the synchronization conditions derived in [21, 22] cannot be applied to these examples.

5. Conclusions

In this paper, we have investigated the exponential synchronization of cellular neural networks with various activation functions and mixed time-varying delays via hybrid feedback control. The interval time-varying delay function is not necessary to be differentiable which allows time-delay function to be a fast time-varying function. A new class of Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional is constructed in new delay-dependent sufficient conditions for the exponential synchronization of the error systems, which have been derived by a set of LMIs without introducing any free-weighting matrices. The optimal guaranteed cost control with linear error hybrid feedback is turned into the solvable problem of a set of LMIs. Simulation results have been given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.

Acknowledgments

The authors thank anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions. This work is supported by Coordinating Center for Thai Government Science and Technology Scholarship Students (CSTS) of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) (SCH-NR2011-841), the Center of Excellence in Mathematics, Thailand, and Commission for Higher Education, Thailand, and the Thailand Research Fund through the Royal Golden Jubilee Ph.D. Program (Grant no. PHD/0355/2552) to W. Weera and P. Niamsup is acknowledged.

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