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Stability Analysis and Hadamard Synergic Control for a Class of Dynamical Networks

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Hadamard synergic control is a new kind of control problem which is achieved via a composite strategy of the state feedback control and the direct regulation of the part of connection coefficients of system state variables. Such a control is actually used very often in the practical areas. In this paper, we discuss Hadamard synergic stabilization problem for a class of dynamical networks. We analyze three cases: 1) Synergic stabilization problem for the general twonodenetwork. 2) Synergic stabilization problem for a special kind of networks. 3) Synergic stabilization problem for special kind of networks with communication timedelays. The mechanism of the synergic action between two control strategies: feedback control and the connection coefficients regulations are presented.

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X. Liu and Y. Zou, "Stability Analysis and Hadamard Synergic Control for a Class of Dynamical Networks," Intelligent Control and Automation, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2010, pp. 36-47. doi: 10.4236/ica.2010.11005.

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