Synchronization and Control for Multi-Weighted and Directed Complex Networks

by   Xiwei Liu, et al.

The study of complex networks with multi-weights has been a hot topic recently. For a network with a single weight, previous studies have shown that they can promote synchronization. But for complex networks with multi-weights, there are no rigorous analysis to show that synchronization can be reached faster. In this paper, the complex network is allowed to be directed, which will make the synchronization analysis difficult for multiple couplings. In virtue of the normalized left eigenvectors (NLEVec) corresponding to the zero eigenvalue of coupling matrices, we prove that if the Chebyshev distance between NLEVec is less than some value, which is defined as the allowable deviation bound, then the synchronization and control will be realized with sufficiently large coupling strengths, i.e., all coupling matrices do accelerate synchronization. Moreover, adaptive rules are also designed for the coupling strength.



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