With the rapid development of complex networks, logical dynamic systems have been commonly used mathematical models for simulating Genetic Regulatory Networks (GRNs) and Networked Evolutionary Games (NEGs), which have attracted considerable attention from biology, economy and many other fields. By resorting to the SemiTensor Product (STP) of matrices, logical dynamic systems can be equivalently converted into discrete time linear systems with algebraic forms. Based on that, this thesis analyzes the stability and studies the control design problems of several classes of logical dynamic systems. Moreover, the obtained results are applied to investigate the control and optimization problems of NEGs. The main results of this thesis are the following. • The stability and eventtriggered control for a class of kValued Logical Networks (KVLNs) with time delays are studied. First, some necessary and sufficient con ditions are obtained to detect the stability of Delayed kValued Logical Networks (DKVLNs). Second, the global stabilization problem under eventtriggered control is considered, and some necessary and sufficient conditions are presented for the sta bilization of Delayed kValued Logical Control Networks (DKVLCNs). Moreover, an algorithm is proposed to construct all the eventtriggered state feedback controllers via antecedence solution technique. • The robust control invariance and robust set stabilization problems for a class of Mix Valued Logical Control Networks (MVLCNs) with disturbances are studied. First, a calculation method for the Largest Robust Control Invariant Set (LRCIS) contained in a given set is introduced. Second, based on the Robust Control Invariant Subset (RCIS) obtained, the robust set stabilization of MVLCNs is discussed, and some new results are presented. Furthermore, the design algorithm of timeoptimal state feedback stabilizers via antecedence solution technique is derived. • The robust set stability and robust set stabilization problems for a class of Probabilis tic Boolean Control Networks (PBCNs) with disturbances are studied. An algorithm to determine the Largest Robust Invariant Set (LRIS) with probability 1 of a given set for a Probabilistic Boolean Network (PBN) is proposed, and the necessary and sufficient conditions to detect whether the PBN is globally finitetime stable to this invariant set with probability 1 are established. Then, the PBNs with control inputs are considered, and an algorithm for LRCIS with probability 1 is provided, based on which, some necessary and sufficient conditions for finitetime robust set stabiliza tion with probability 1 of PBCNs are presented. Furthermore, the design scheme of timeoptimal state feedback stabilizers via antecedence solution technique is derived. • The stabilization and set stabilization problems for a class of Switched Boolean Con trol Networks (SBCNs) with periodic switching signal are studied. First, algebraic forms are constructed for SBCNs with periodic switching signal. Second, based on the algebraic formulations, the stabilization and set stabilization of SBCNs with peri odic switching signal are discussed, and some new results are presented. Furthermore, constructive procedure of open loop controllers is given, and the design algorithms of switchingsignaldependent state feedback controllers via antecedence solution tech nique are derived. • The dynamics and control problems for a class of NEGs with timeinvariant delay in strategies are studied. First, algebraic forms are constructed for Delayed Networked Evolutionary Games (DNEGs). Second, based on the algebraic formulations, some necessary and sufficient conditions for the global convergence of desired strategy pro file under a state feedback eventtriggered controller are presented. Furthermore, the constructive procedure and the number of all valid eventtriggered state feedback controllers are derived, which can make the game converge globally. • The evolutionary dynamics and optimization problems of the networked evolutionary boxed pig games with the mechanism of passive reward and punishment are studied. First, an algorithm is provided to construct the algebraic formulation for the dynamics of this kind of games. Then, the impact of reward and punishment parameters on the final cooperation level of the whole network is discussed.
Stability Analysis and Control of Several Classes of Logical Dynamic Systems and the Applications in Game Theory
WANG, JIANJUN
20221108
Abstract
With the rapid development of complex networks, logical dynamic systems have been commonly used mathematical models for simulating Genetic Regulatory Networks (GRNs) and Networked Evolutionary Games (NEGs), which have attracted considerable attention from biology, economy and many other fields. By resorting to the SemiTensor Product (STP) of matrices, logical dynamic systems can be equivalently converted into discrete time linear systems with algebraic forms. Based on that, this thesis analyzes the stability and studies the control design problems of several classes of logical dynamic systems. Moreover, the obtained results are applied to investigate the control and optimization problems of NEGs. The main results of this thesis are the following. • The stability and eventtriggered control for a class of kValued Logical Networks (KVLNs) with time delays are studied. First, some necessary and sufficient con ditions are obtained to detect the stability of Delayed kValued Logical Networks (DKVLNs). Second, the global stabilization problem under eventtriggered control is considered, and some necessary and sufficient conditions are presented for the sta bilization of Delayed kValued Logical Control Networks (DKVLCNs). Moreover, an algorithm is proposed to construct all the eventtriggered state feedback controllers via antecedence solution technique. • The robust control invariance and robust set stabilization problems for a class of Mix Valued Logical Control Networks (MVLCNs) with disturbances are studied. First, a calculation method for the Largest Robust Control Invariant Set (LRCIS) contained in a given set is introduced. Second, based on the Robust Control Invariant Subset (RCIS) obtained, the robust set stabilization of MVLCNs is discussed, and some new results are presented. Furthermore, the design algorithm of timeoptimal state feedback stabilizers via antecedence solution technique is derived. • The robust set stability and robust set stabilization problems for a class of Probabilis tic Boolean Control Networks (PBCNs) with disturbances are studied. An algorithm to determine the Largest Robust Invariant Set (LRIS) with probability 1 of a given set for a Probabilistic Boolean Network (PBN) is proposed, and the necessary and sufficient conditions to detect whether the PBN is globally finitetime stable to this invariant set with probability 1 are established. Then, the PBNs with control inputs are considered, and an algorithm for LRCIS with probability 1 is provided, based on which, some necessary and sufficient conditions for finitetime robust set stabiliza tion with probability 1 of PBCNs are presented. Furthermore, the design scheme of timeoptimal state feedback stabilizers via antecedence solution technique is derived. • The stabilization and set stabilization problems for a class of Switched Boolean Con trol Networks (SBCNs) with periodic switching signal are studied. First, algebraic forms are constructed for SBCNs with periodic switching signal. Second, based on the algebraic formulations, the stabilization and set stabilization of SBCNs with peri odic switching signal are discussed, and some new results are presented. Furthermore, constructive procedure of open loop controllers is given, and the design algorithms of switchingsignaldependent state feedback controllers via antecedence solution tech nique are derived. • The dynamics and control problems for a class of NEGs with timeinvariant delay in strategies are studied. First, algebraic forms are constructed for Delayed Networked Evolutionary Games (DNEGs). Second, based on the algebraic formulations, some necessary and sufficient conditions for the global convergence of desired strategy pro file under a state feedback eventtriggered controller are presented. Furthermore, the constructive procedure and the number of all valid eventtriggered state feedback controllers are derived, which can make the game converge globally. • The evolutionary dynamics and optimization problems of the networked evolutionary boxed pig games with the mechanism of passive reward and punishment are studied. First, an algorithm is provided to construct the algebraic formulation for the dynamics of this kind of games. Then, the impact of reward and punishment parameters on the final cooperation level of the whole network is discussed.File  Dimensione  Formato  

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