Global asymptotic stability of periodic solutions for inertial delayed BAM neural networks via novel computing method of degree and inequality techniques☆
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AbstractFirstly, by combining Mawhin’s continuation theorem of coincidence degree theory with Lyapunov functional method and by using inequality techniques, a sufficient condition on the existence of periodic solutions for inertial BAM neural networks is obtained. Secondly, a novel sufficient condition which can ensure the global asymptotic stability of periodic solutions of the system is obtained by using Lyapunov functional method and by using inequality techniques. In our paper, the assumption for boundedness on the activation functions in existing paper is removed, the conditions in inequality form in existing papers are replaced with novel conditions, and the prior estimate method of periodic solutions is replaced with Lyapunov functional method. Hence, our result on global asymptotic stability of periodic solutions for above system is less conservative than those obtained in existing paper and more novel than those obtained in existing papers.

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