Predefined-Time Stability/Synchronization of Coupled Memristive Neural Networks With Multi-Links and Application in Secure Communication
Abstract: This paper explores the realization of a predefined-time synchronization problem for coupled memristive neural networks with multi-links (MCMNN) via nonlinear control. Several effective conditions are obtained to achieve the predefined-time synchronization of MCMNN based on the controller and Lyapunov function. Moreover, the settling time can be tunable based on a parameter designed by the controller, which is more flexible than fixed-time synchronization. Then based on the predefined-time stability criterion and the tunable settling time, we propose a secure communication scheme. This scheme can determine security of communication in the aspect of encrypting the plaintext signal with the participation of multi-links topology and coupled form. Meanwhile, the plaintext signals can be recovered well according to the given new predefined-time stability theorem. Finally, numerical simulations are given to verify the effectiveness of the obtained theoretical results and the feasibility of the secure communication scheme.
Keywords: Predefined-time synchronization / Coupled memristive neural networks / multi-links topology / Secure communication scheme / Lyapunov function
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