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Mathematical Problems in Engineering
Volume 2017, Article ID 5731325, 13 pages
https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/5731325
Research Article

Novel Stability Analysis for Uncertain Neutral-Type Lur’e Systems with Time-Varying Delays Using New Inequality

1College of Sciences, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China
2Mathematics and Computer Science, Yunnan Minzu University, Kunming, China
3School of Mathematics and Statistics, Yunnan University, Kunming, China
4School of Science, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China

Correspondence should be addressed to Lianglin Xiong; moc.621@8135_nilgnail

Received 8 October 2016; Revised 10 January 2017; Accepted 18 January 2017; Published 21 February 2017

Academic Editor: Sabri Arik

Copyright © 2017 Yanmeng Wang et al. 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

This paper considers the delay-dependent stability analysis of neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays and sector bounded nonlinearities. First of all, using constructed function methods, a new Jensen-like inequality is introduced to obtain less conservative results. Second, a new class of Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional (LKF) is constructed according to the characteristic of the considered systems. Third, combining with the new inequality and reciprocal convex approach and some other inequality techniques, the new less conservative robust stability criteria are shown in the form of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs). Finally, three examples demonstrate the feasibility and the superiority of our methods.

1. Introduction

Delay phenomenon is often encountered in many practical systems, such as biological systems, chemical systems, electronic systems, and network control systems. However, time-delay is usually the main cause of instability and bad performance. Hence, many authors devote themselves to studying the stability and many effective methods of the time-varying system to gain less conservative delay-dependent stability criteria [111], which include linear systems with the delay-fraction theory [2, 3] and nonlinear systems Lur’e systems [68]. As is known to all, delay-dependent stability results are less conservative than the delay-independent ones if delay size is very small. Therefore, a lot of articles were published recently which studied the delay-dependent stability for a class of neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays and sector bounded nonlinearities, and lots of significant results have been developed [1230].

Delay-dependent stability criteria were presented for nominal and uncertain neutral-type Lur’e systems with constant time delays and sector bounded nonlinearities in [27]. The robust stability problems for neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays were considered because time delays vary always depending on time in [1221, 2730]. The free-weighting matrix method was applied to get less conservative stability criteria and to deal with the robust stability problems for neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays in [15, 16]. However, the free-weighting matrix method brings more variables which make the computation quite complex. So, it is the right time to improve the disadvantage of the free-weighting matrix method and to get less conservative stability criteria for neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays. Some new robust stability criteria were proposed without using the general free-weighting matrix method which are less conservative and easier to calculate than some previous ones in [15, 19]. Reference [31] can reduce conservatism by reducing the conservatism of the Jensen-like inequality. Motivated by [31], developing the Jensen-like inequality with double-integral term may reduce the conservativeness. As a result, less conservative criteria may be also got by constructing new integral inequalities used in LKF.

This paper studies the stability for a class of neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays and sector bounded nonlinearities. To investigate the neutral-type Lur’e system, this paper introduces a new triple-integral inequality used in the following LKFs and gets less conservative criteria. The LKF contains not only double-integral terms but also triple-integral terms. Using some effective techniques, such as a novel integral inequality, a piecewise analysis method, and the reciprocally convex combination inequality, instead of the general free-weighting matrix method, the delay-dependent stability criteria derived in the form of LMIs are less conservative than some existing results in other papers. The effectiveness and the less conservatism of stability criteria proposed in this paper are demonstrated by using numerical examples in Section 4.

Notation. denotes the -dimensional Euclidean vector space, and denotes the set of all real matrices. For a symmetric matrix , (resp., ) shows that is a positive (resp., negative) definite matrix. represents a diagonal matrix with diagonal elements . denotes a symmetric term in a symmetric matrix.

2. Problem Statement and Preliminaries

Consider a class of Lur’e systems of uncertain neutral type with time-varying delays and sector-bound nonlinearities described by the following equation:where and stand for the output and state vectors, respectively. is a real-valued continuous initial function on . , , , , and are known real constant matrices with appropriate dimensions. , , and represent the time-varying uncertainty parameters. is the nonlinear function such aswhere is the th component of the output vector , and each term satisfies the finite sector condition shown in Figure 1(a) [32]with known positive scalars or the infinite sector condition shown in Figure 1(b) [32]

Figure 1: Two sector bounded nonlinearity.

, , and are assumed to satisfy the following condition:where , , , and are known constant matrices with appropriate dimensions, and the uncertainty time-varying matrix satisfiesThe time-varying delays and are continuous functions satisfying the following conditions:This paper investigates the delay-dependent stability of Lur’e system (1) satisfying conditions (3) (or (4)) and (5)–(7) to gain less conservative robust stability criteria by using a new inequality and constructing a new LKF. Throughout this paper, the results will be acquired by assuming that all the eigenvalues of are inside the unit circle [33]. The following lemmas are useful in deriving criteria.

Lemma 1 (see [34] (reciprocally convex combination)). Let have positive values in an open subset of . Then, the reciprocally convex combination of over satisfies

Lemma 2 (see [31]). For a given matrix , any differentiable function in , the following inequality holds: where

Remark 3. It is clear that this new inequality encompasses the Jensen inequality. It is also worth noting that it plays an important role in getting the derivative of the LKF. Hence, by using optimization theory and improving the Jensen-like inequality, the double-integral inequality would be got in the following lemma.

Lemma 4. For any matrix , scalars , and any continuous function in the following inequality holds: where

Proof. Recall that the objectives of the present paper lemma are to acquire new lower bounds of the integral and to compare with the Jensen-like inequality. For this reason, the appropriate function is given as the following form:where is constructed to satisfyand to get rid of the effect of cross terms. It is easy to obtainThen, based on the formulas above, the following equality holds:For a given symmetric positive definite matrix , then, the left-hand side of formula (16) above is positive definite. It is obvious that Lemma 4 is correct.

Remark 5. Compared with Lemma in [35], the inequality in Lemma 4 has two advantages. First, since , the second term in the right side of the inequality in Lemma 4 is definite negative. It thus implies that the Jensen-like inequality in [35] has been included in the inequality proposed above. Second, it is also worth noting that this improvement is allowed by using extra signals ,   , and .

Remark 6. It is worth paying attention to the fact that the construction of function is the key to Lemma 4. must be sure when we construct the function to get rid of crossing items and to make the second term in the right side of our inequality be definite negative.

Remark 7. In fact, the result of Lemma 4 is less conservative than formula in literature [36]. When , the result of Lemma 4 is different from inequality in literature [37]. What is more, under the special scaling condition of the left side of the inequality in Lemma 4, the more conservativeness of inequality in literature [37] would be easily concluded. To some extent, the conditions of Lemma 4 are wider than inequality in literature [37] in terms of integral domain. Actually, with the help of delay decomposition technology, and can be scaled properly with our inequality in Lemma 4. In our future research, we will try to use formulas in the literature [37] which may be more flexible than the Lemma 4 to reduce the conservatism of stability criteria in another case.

3. Main Results

To accept easily the robust stability problem of system (1), firstly, we investigate the stability criterion of the nominal form:The stability of system (17) can be analyzed via time-independent functions of the formwhereand define

Remark 8. It is worth noticing that the construction of LKF can be improved by addingto get less conservative stability criteria for any positive definite matrices and . However, our methods have reduced the conservatism of the existing results in the instance. Hence, this paper dose not add and to control the number of variables.

Remark 9. A new Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional is constructed in Section 3 to obtain a new delay-dependent stability criterion, which includes the relationship among the states, the nonlinear function, and the derivative of the states. In order to fully reduce the conservative of the condition, the constant delay is decomposed into and thus (18) is obtained. Particularly, the function is constructed to eliminate the effects among different forms of the states; the function is constructed to eliminate the relationship among the states with different delays; to consider the time-varying delay the function is constructed; and our Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional contains double-integral (function ) and triple-integral (function ) terms which yield less conservative delay-dependent stability criteria. Therefore, more information for the state is employed in constructing the more general Lyapunov-Krasovskii functionals, which may lead to reduced conservatism.

If nominal system (17) satisfies conditions (3) and (7) the following theorem can be got.

Theorem 10. Nominal system (17) satisfying conditions (3) and (7) is asymptotically stable for given values , , , and , if there exist appropriate dimensional matrices , positive matrices ,, , positive semidefinite diagonal matrices , and such that the following LMIs hold:where

Proof. The time-derivative of functions can be calculated, respectively, based on the trajectory of system (17) as follows:Using Lemma 4 and the method of the exchange of integral order, we getFor , the following formulas can be got using Lemmas 1 and 2: At the same time, we can get the following inequation from formula (3):It is equivalent towhereAccording to inequalities (27), (28), (29), (30), and (32), we getObviously, LMI (25) with suggests that using Schur complement.
For , the following formulas can be got by using Lemmas 1 and 2:According to inequalities (27) and (28), (32), and (35), we haveObviously, LMI (25) with suggests that using Schur complement. In conclusion, the asymptotic stability of nominal system (17) satisfying (3) has been proven.

Remark 11. If function of normal system (17) satisfies sector condition (4), for any , it follows thatwhich is equivalent to

Corollary 12. Nominal system (17) satisfying conditions (4) and (7) is asymptotically stable for given values , , and , if there exist appropriate dimensional matrices , positive matrices ,   positive semidefinite diagonal matrices and , such that the following LMIs hold:as well as (22)–(24), where

Remark 13. Absolute stability criteria Theorem 10 and Corollary 12 proposed in this paper are less conservative than existing results which are shown by the following examples mentioned in the Section 4. The main reasons are the combination of introducing new inequality in Lemma 4 and the method of the exchange of integral order, based on the new constructed Lyapunov functionals.

The next theorem and corollary will investigate the robust stability for uncertain neutral-type Lur’e system (1) satisfying conditions (3)–(7) following similar methods of the proof for Theorem 10 and Corollary 12.

Theorem 14. System (1) satisfying conditions (3) and (5)–(7) is robustly absolutely stable for given values , , and , if there exist appropriate dimensional matrices , positive matrices , positive semidefinite matrices ,, and scalars such that the following LMIs hold:as well as (22)–(24), where

Proof. Iffor any , we have the following inequality:Using ,   instead of in formula (18), respectively, LMIs in (25) can be rewritten as (41).

Now, if function of system (1) satisfies sector condition (4), we have Corollary 15.

Corollary 15. System (1) satisfying conditions (4)–(7) is robustly absolutely stable for given values and , if there exist appropriate dimensional matrices , positive matrices positive semidefinite diagonal matricesand scalars such that the following LMIs hold:as well as (22)–(24), .

Remark 16. Clearly, robust stability criteria Theorem 14 and Corollary 15 proposed in this paper would be less conservative, because of using the new inequality and some other techniques which are similar to Theorem 10 and Corollary 12.

Remark 17. In order to handle the integral termJensen inequality [35] is always presented asObviously, Lemma 4 not only can obtain a more accurate bound than the Jensen inequality but also can reduce the number of decision variables. What is more, Lemma 4 can dispose the integral terms with . Therefore, Lemma 4 is used to derive our criterion, and the effectiveness of our method will be demonstrated by some existing numerical examples.

4. Examples

In this section, the effectiveness of our approaches will be shown by the following three numerical examples.

Example 1 (see [16, 1921]). Consider Chua’s circuit example discussed in [16, 1921]. Chua’s circuit is a simple nonlinear electronic circuit design. It can show the standard chaos theory. It was published by professor Leo Chua in 1983. The ease of making this circuit makes it a ubiquitous example of chaotic systems in the real world, leading somebody to declare it as a model of a chaotic system. The system equation is given bywith nonlinear characteristic and parameters ,,   ,, and . The system can be represented in normal Lur’e system framework (17) with The feedback nonlinear function belongs to .
The MADBs of of system (49) for different have been shown in Table 1 with the existing results in [16, 1921]. Table 1 shows us that the MADBs obtained by using Theorem 10 in this paper are better than the existing results in [16, 1921].

Table 1: MADBs for different (Example 1).

Example 2 (see [12, 1420]). Consider the following nominal neutral-type Lur’e systems:withThe maximum allowable delay bounds (MADBs) of of nominal neutral-type Lur’e system (52) for different and have been shown in Table 2 along with the existing results in [12, 1420]. Applying Matlab LMI-toolbox, one can get the simulation result in Figure 1. Table 2 shows us that the MADBs obtained by using Corollary 15 in this paper are better than the existing results in [12, 1420]. What is more, for all the nonlinear function with condition (3) or condition (4), the simulation study is entirely viable, which has been shown in this example (Figure 2).

Table 2: MADBs for different and (Example 2).
Figure 2: The dynamical behavior for Example 2.

Example 3 (see [1517, 19, 20]). Consider uncertain system (1) with the following parameters:The MADBs of with and for different values of are listed in Table 3 by using Theorem 14 and Corollary 15 along with the existing results in [1517, 19, 20]. Table 3 shows us that the MADBs obtained by using Theorem 14 and Corollary 15 in this paper are better than the existing results in [1517, 19, 20].

Table 3: MADBs for different (Example 3).

5. Conclusions

In this paper, we have studied the stability for a class of neutral-type Lur’e systems with time-varying delays and sector bounded nonlinearities by using a new LKF. The LKF contains not only double-integral terms but also triple-integral terms. Using some effective techniques, such as a novel integral inequality, a piecewise analysis method, and the reciprocally convex combination inequality, instead of the general free-weighting matrix method, the delay-dependent stability criteria derived in the form of LMIs are less conservative than some existing results. The effectiveness and the less conservatism of stability criteria proposed in this paper are demonstrated by using standard numerical examples.

Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Acknowledgments

This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant nos. 11461082, 11372005, and 11601474), the Specialized Research Fund For the Doctoral Program of Higher Education (Grant no. 135578), and the Scientific Research Fund Project in Yunnan Provincial Department of Education (Grant no. 2015J069).

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