Adaptive finite-time congestion controller design of TCP/AQM systems based on neural network and funnel control
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This work investigates an adaptive finite-time congestion control problem of transmission control protocol/active queue management. By means of the funnel control, neural networks and sliding mode control, a new AQM algorithm is proposed to ensure that the tracking error e1otTHORN converges to the prescribed boundary in finite time and the transient and steady-state performances of e1otTHORN can be satisfied. The stability analysis is given to prove that all the signals of the closed-loop system are finite-time bounded. Finally, a comparison example is considered to demonstrate the feasibility and superiority of the presented scheme.
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