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Passivity analysis of delayed reaction-diffusion Cohen-Grossberg neural networks via Hardy-Poincarè inequality

Research paper by Ruoxia Li, Jinde Cao, Ahmed Alsaedi, Bashir Ahmad

Indexed on: 07 Mar '17Published on: 27 Feb '17Published in: Journal of The Franklin Institute



Abstract

In this paper, we formulate and investigate the passivity analysis of delayed reaction-diffusion neural networks with Cohen-Grossberg type. The derivative of the Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional was estimated by the new agencies of Hardy-Poincarè inequality and some analysis techniques. Subsequently, some new and concise conditions to check the passivity of the given Cohen-Grossberg neural networks were summarized. The proposed criteria not only depends on the system parameters, reaction-diffusion coefficients but also on the regional feature. Furthermore, as corollaries, some sufficient schemes are provided to achieve passive and exponential passive of delayed Cohen-Grossberg neural networks without reaction-diffusion term. The results obtained in this paper generalize and improve many known results. Finally, two numerical examples and its simulations are proposed to show the effectiveness and merits of the improved theoretical results.

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