Discrete-time noise-tolerant Zhang neural network for dynamic matrix pseudoinversion
In this work, a discrete-time noise-tolerant Zhang neural network (DTNTZNN) model is proposed, developed, and investigated for dynamic matrix pseudoinversion. Theoretical analyses show that the proposed DTNTZNN model is inherently tolerant to noises and can simultaneously deal with different types of noise. For comparison, the discrete-time conventional Zhang neural network (DTCZNN) model is also presented and analyzed to solve the same dynamic problem. Numerical examples and results demonstrate the efficacy and superiority of the proposed DTNTZNN model for dynamic matrix pseudoinversion in the presence of various types of noise.
KeywordsDiscrete time Noise tolerant Dynamic matrix pseudoinverse Theoretical analysis Numerical examples
This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (with numbers 61563017 and 61503152), by the Hunan Natural Science Foundation of China (with numbers 2017JJ3258 and 2017JJ3257), by the Research Foundation of Education Bureau of Hunan Province, China (with numbers 17B215 and 17C1299)).
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This article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the authors.
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