State-Saturated Filtering for Complex Networks under Networked Environments


Date & Time: 15:00, Sep. 22, 2022

Venue: Tencent Meeting (ID: 346-2740-2517)

Lecturer: Academician Wang Zidong

Lecture Summary: In this talk, we introduce the filtering problem for complex networks with state saturations under networked environments. Some background knowledge is first introduced on complex networks from the perspectives of concepts, applications and challenges. Then, some detailed discussions are given on the network protocols and cyber-attacks that complicate the filter design problems. The performance indices of both error variance and H-infinity disturbance rejection are justified, and three particular cases are investigated. Finally, we introduce our main contributions and some future directions.

Lecturer’s Profile: Wang Zidong, chair professor of Brunel University London. He is an academician of the Academia Europaea and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, an IEEE fellow, and chief editor of International Journal of Systems Science and Neurocomputing. He has been engaged in research on control theory, machine learning, and bioinformatics for many years, and has published more than 700 international papers in SCI journals. He serves as current or former chief editor, associate editor or editorial board member of twelve international journals. He used to be the chairman of the Chinese Automation and Computer Society in the UK, a national leading talent of Donghua University, and a national expert of Tsinghua University.