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Ruofeng Rao

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Firstly, the existence of asymptotically stable nontrivial stationary solution is derived by the comprehensive applications of Lyapunov-Razumikhin technique, design of state-dependent switching laws, a fixed point theorem, variational methods, and construction of compact operators on a convex set. This new theorem shows that the diffusion is a double-edged sword to the stability, refuting the views in previous literature that the greater the diffusion effect, the more stable the system will be. Next, a series of new theorems are presented one by one, which illustrates that the globally asymptotical stability of ordinary differential equations model for delayed neural networks may be locally stable in actual operation due to the inevitable diffusion. Besides, the non-zero constant equilibrium point is pointed out to be not the solution of delayed reaction diffusion system so that the stability of the non-zero constant equilibrium point of reaction diffusion system must lead to a contradiction. That is, non-zero constant equilibrium points are not in the phase plane of dynamic system. In addition, new theorems are further presented to prove that the small diffusion effect will cause the essential change of the phase plane structure of the dynamic behavior of the delayed neural networks, and thereby one equilibrium solution may become several stationary solutions, even infinitely many positive stationary solutions. Finally, a numerical example illustrates the feasibility of the proposed methods.

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Ruofeng Rao

Ruofeng Rao

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15 April 2020

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16 April 2020

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Firstly, the existence of asymptotically stable nontrivial stationary solution is derived by the comprehensive applications of Lyapunov-Razumikhin technique, design of state-dependent switching laws, a fixed point theorem, variational methods, and construction of compact operators on a convex set. This new theorem shows that the diffusion is a double-edged sword to the stability, refuting the views in previous literature that the greater the diffusion effect, the more stable the system will be. Next, a series of new theorems are presented one by one, which illustrates that the globally asymptotical stability of ordinary differential equations model for delayed neural networks may be locally stable in actual operation due to the inevitable diffusion. Besides, the non-zero constant equilibrium point is pointed out to be not the solution of delayed reaction diffusion system so that the stability of the non-zero constant equilibrium point of reaction diffusion system must lead to a contradiction. That is, non-zero constant equilibrium points are not in the phase plane of dynamic system. In addition, new theorems are further presented to prove that the small diffusion effect will cause the essential change of the phase plane structure of the dynamic behavior of the delayed neural networks, and thereby one equilibrium solution may become several stationary solutions, even infinitely many positive stationary solutions. Finally, a numerical example illustrates the feasibility of the proposed methods.

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Subject: Computer Science and Mathematics - Computer Science

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