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This paper presents a simplified primal-dual neural network based on linear variational inequalities (LVI) for online repetitive motion planning of PA10 robot manipulator. To do this, a drift-free criterion is exploited in the form of a quadratic function. In addition, the repetitive-motion-planning scheme could incorporate the joint limits and joint(More)
SCOPE Our aim was to investigate whether dietary wolfberry altered carotenoid metabolic gene expression and enhanced mitochondrial biogenesis in the retina of diabetic mice. METHODS AND RESULTS Six-week-old male db/db and wild-type mice were fed the control or wolfberry diets for 8 weeks. At study termination, liver and retinal tissues were collected for(More)
Following the idea of using first-order time derivatives, this paper presents a general recurrent neural network (RNN) model for online inversion of time-varying matrices. Different kinds of activation functions are investigated to guarantee the global exponential convergence of the neural model to the exact inverse of a given time-varying matrix. The(More)
Presents a recurrent neural network for solving the Sylvester equation with time-varying coefficient matrices. The recurrent neural network with implicit dynamics is deliberately developed in the way that its trajectory is guaranteed to converge exponentially to the time-varying solution of a given Sylvester equation. Theoretical results of convergence and(More)
A recurrent neural network called the dual neural network is proposed in this Letter for solving the strictly convex quadratic programming problems. Compared to other recurrent neural networks, the proposed dual network with fewer neurons can solve quadratic programming problems subject to equality, inequality, and bound constraints. The dual neural network(More)