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title[*]contributor[*]keywords[*]date[issued] publisher citationsidentifier[uri]identifier[doi]abstractNon-fragile mixed H-infinity/l(2) - l(infinity) synchronisation control for complex networks with Markov jumping-switching topology under unreliable communication links8;
H. Shen[H. Shen];
Z. Wu[Z. Wu];
Z. Zhang[Z. Zhang];DELAYED NEURAL-NETWORKS;
MEAN-SQUARE STABILITY;
TIME-VARYING DELAYS;
H-INFINITY CONTROL;
DYNAMICAL NETWORKS;
MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS;
NONLINEAR-SYSTEMS;
PACKET LOSSES;
LINEAR-SYSTEMS;
EXPONENTIAL SYNCHRONIZATION;201412INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET?IET CONTROL THEORY AND APPLICATIONS, v.8, no.18, pp.2207 - 2218Whttp://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30299;
http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/iet-cta.2014.0157;This study is concerned with the non-fragile mixed H/l(2)-l synchronisation control problem for discrete-time complex networks with Markov jumping-switching topology under unreliable communication links. The network topology under consideration is assumed to be governed by a Markov chain with time-varying transition probabilities (TPs). The variation of TPs is subject to a kind of slow switching signals; that is, the average dwell time (ADT) switching. The focus is on the design of non-fragile mixed mode-dependent/-independent controllers such that the underlying network reaches stochastic mean-square synchronisation with a mixed H/l(2)-l performance level for an admissible switching signal with ADT. By using a new mixed H/l(2)-l performance index, combined with the switched control method, the solutions to the considered problem are formulated. Finally, simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of our proposed approach.>5WPrez"D6XEg )
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