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Fractional Lotka-Volterra-Type Cooperation Models: Impulsive Control on Their Stability Behavior
We present a biological fractional n-species delayed cooperation model of Lotka-Volterra type. The considered fractional derivatives are in the Caputo sense. Impulsive control strategies are applied for several stability ...
Global Stability of Integral Manifolds for Reaction–Diffusion Delayed Neural Networks of Cohen–Grossberg-Type under Variable Impulsive Perturbations
The present paper introduces the concept of integral manifolds for a class of delayed impulsive neural networks of Cohen–Grossberg-type with reaction–diffusion terms. We establish new existence and boundedness results for ...
On the Stability with Respect to H-Manifolds for Cohen–Grossberg-Type Bidirectional Associative Memory Neural Networks with Variable Impulsive Perturbations and Time-Varying Delays
The present paper is devoted to Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM) Cohen–Grossberg-type impulsive neural networks with time-varying delays. Instead of impulsive discontinuities at fixed moments of time, we consider ...
Design and Practical Stability of a New Class of Impulsive Fractional-Like Neural Networks
In this paper, a new class of impulsive neural networks with fractional-like derivatives is defined, and the practical stability properties of the solutions are investigated. The stability analysis exploits a new type of ...
Biometric Pilot-Studies Reveal the Arrangement and Shape of Windows on a Traditional Façade to be Implicitly "Engaging", Whereas Contemporary Façades Are Not
The human brain evolved to implicitly approach or avoid objects in its surroundings. Requisite for survival, this behavior happens without conscious awareness or control, honed over 60 million years of primate evolution. ...