International Journal of Control, Vol.93, No.12, 2908-2921, 2020
Robust analysis of discrete time noises for stochastic systems and application in neural networks
Robust analysis in the stochastic sense, including robust boundedness and robust stability, has become a momentous problem of stochastic systems. Up to now, almost all existing works about robust boundedness and robust stability require that stochastic perturbations are rooted in continuous time observations of systems states. However, compared with the continuous time noises case, stochastic perturbations of discrete time noises are not only appropriate but also reasonable. Hence, this brief proposes and explores the problems of robust boundedness and robust stability of discrete time noises for stochastic systems satisfying the linear growth condition. The destination of this brief is to answer the question: how much stochastic perturbations of discrete time noises can a bounded or stable system tolerate guaranteeing stochastically perturbed system remains asymptotically bounded or stable. In addition, this brief discusses the application of our results in neural networks.