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Novel Discrete-Time Recurrent Neural Network for Robot Manipulator: A Direct Discretization Technical Route
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, Pages: 1 - 10
Swansea University Author: Shuai Li
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DOI (Published version): 10.1109/tnnls.2021.3108050
Controlling and processing of time-variant problem is universal in the fields of engineering and science, and the discrete-time recurrent neural network (RNN) model has been proven as an effective method for handling a variety of discrete time-variant problems. However, such model usually originates...
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Controlling and processing of time-variant problem is universal in the fields of engineering and science, and the discrete-time recurrent neural network (RNN) model has been proven as an effective method for handling a variety of discrete time-variant problems. However, such model usually originates from the discretization research of continuous time-variant problem, and there is little research on the direct discretization method. To address the aforementioned problem, this article introduces a novel discrete-time RNN model for solving the discrete time-variant problem in a pioneering manner. Specifically, a discrete time-variant nonlinear system, which originates from the mathematical modeling of serial robot manipulator, is presented as a target problem. For solving the problem, first, the technique of second-order Taylor expansion is used to deal with the discrete time-variant nonlinear system, and the novel discrete-time RNN model is proposed subsequently. Second, the theoretical analyses are investigated and developed, which shows the convergence and precision of the proposed discrete-time RNN model. Furthermore, three distinct numerical experiments verify the excellent performance of the proposed discrete-time RNN model. In addition, a robot manipulator example further verifies the effectiveness and practicability of the proposed novel discrete-time RNN model.
Faculty of Science and Engineering