## Finite-time control for discrete time-varying systems with randomly occurring non-linearity and missing measurements

In this study, the finite-time control problem is studied for discrete time-varying systems with randomly occurring non-linearity and missing measurements. The randomly occurring non-linearity is modelled according to a Bernoulli distributed white sequence with a known conditional probability. The missing measurements phenomenon is assumed to occur in a random way and the missing probabilities are time-varying with known upper and lower bounds. Two sufficient conditions are established for the existence of the state feedback and output feedback controllers, which guarantee the finite-time stochastic stability of the closed-loop systems. The recursive linear matrix inequality approach is employed to design the desired controller gains. A numerical example is provided to illustrate the effectiveness of the obtained results.