SINGLE IMPULSIVE STABILIZATION OF COMPLEX DYNAMICAL NETWORKS
A single impulsive controller is designed for the efficient stabilization of complex dynamical networks with undirected strongly connected topology. In the modeling of the dynamical network, impulsive effects are considered in the information exchanging process of two connected nodes. The convergence rate of the stabilization process is meanwhile estimated together with the convergence analysis. A numerical example with small-world coupling is given to illustrate the derived theoretical results.