Exponential Input-to-State Stability for Hybrid Dynamical Networks via Impulsive Interconnection
This paper investigates the problem of exponential input-to-state stability (e-ISS) for hybrid dynamical networks (HDN) via impulsive interconnection. New concepts of input-to-state exponent property (IS-E) and augmented time are proposed for dynamical systems and hybrid systems respectively. By using IS-E estimations of nodes in HDN and methods such as multiple Lyapunov functions and hybrid time, two types of e-ISS criteria for continuous-time/discrete-time HDN are established respectively....[Show more]
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