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Fuzzy-model-based sampled-data chaotic synchronisation under the input constraints consideration

Fuzzy-model-based sampled-data chaotic synchronisation under the input constraints consideration

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In this study, the authors propose a novel sampled-data fuzzy chaotic synchronisation scheme under the input constraints consideration. The sampled-data chaos synchronisation controller feedbacks the synchronisation error between the state vectors of both the drive chaotic system and the response chaotic system at a constant sampling period. The chaotic synchronisation is achieved by stabilising the synchronisation error dynamics based on the H-infinity criterion. Linear matrix inequality-based sufficient conditions for synchronising two identical chaotic systems are derived based on the newly proposed time-dependent fuzzy Lyapunov–Krasovskii functional. Unlike previous approaches, the modelling error term is fully addressed so as to enhance the synchronisation performance. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed method is validated through a numerical example.

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