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A Novel Zeroing Neural Network for Solving Time-Varying Quadratic Matrix Equations against Linear Noises
Mathematics, Volume: 11, Issue: 2, Start page: 475
Swansea University Authors: Zhan Li, Shuai Li
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DOI (Published version): 10.3390/math11020475
The solving of quadratic matrix equations is a fundamental issue which essentially exists in the optimal control domain. However, noises exerted on the coefficients of quadratic matrix equations may affect the accuracy of the solutions. In order to solve the time-varying quadratic matrix equation pr...
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The solving of quadratic matrix equations is a fundamental issue which essentially exists in the optimal control domain. However, noises exerted on the coefficients of quadratic matrix equations may affect the accuracy of the solutions. In order to solve the time-varying quadratic matrix equation problem under linear noise, a new error-processing design formula is proposed, and a resultant novel zeroing neural network model is developed. The new design formula incorporates a second-order error-processing manner, and the double-integration-enhanced zeroing neural network (DIEZNN) model is further proposed for solving time-varying quadratic matrix equations subject to linear noises. Compared with the original zeroing neural network (OZNN) model, finite-time zeroing neural network (FTZNN) model and integration-enhanced zeroing neural network (IEZNN) model, the DIEZNN model shows the superiority of its solution under linear noise; that is, when solving the problem of a time-varying quadratic matrix equation in the environment of linear noise, the residual error of the existing model will maintain a large level due to the influence of linear noise, which will eventually lead to the solution’s failure. The newly proposed DIEZNN model can guarantee a normal solution to the time-varying quadratic matrix equation task no matter how much linear noise there is. In addition, the theoretical analysis proves that the neural state of the DIEZNN model can converge to the theoretical solution even under linear noise. The computer simulation results further substantiate the superiority of the DIEZNN model in solving time-varying quadratic matrix equations under linear noise.
time-varying quadratic matrix equation; double-integration-enhanced zeroing neural network; linear noise
Faculty of Science and Engineering
This study was supported in part by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (61962023 and 62066015)