Design and Analysis of Multiscroll Memristive Hopfield Neural Network With Adjustable Memductance and Application to Image Encryption

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Original languageEnglish
Journal / PublicationIEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems
Online published10 Feb 2022
Publication statusOnline published - 10 Feb 2022

Abstract

Memristor is an ideal electronic device used as an artificial nerve synapse due to its unique memory function. This article presents a design of a new Hopfield neural network (HNN) that can generate multiscroll attractors by utilizing a new memristor as a synapse in the HNN. Differing from the others, this memristor is constructed with hyperbolic tangent functions. Taking the memristor as a self-feedback synapse of a neuron in the HNN, the memristive HNN can yield multidouble-scroll attractors, and its parameters can be used to effectively control the number of double scrolls contained in an attractor. Interestingly, the generation of multidouble-scroll attractors is independent of the memductance function but depends only on the internal state equation. Thus, the memductance function can be adjusted to yield various complex dynamical behaviors. Moreover, amplitude control effects and quantitatively controllable multistability are revealed by numerical analysis. The accurate reproduction of some dynamical behaviors by a designed circuit verifies the correctness of the numerical analysis. Finally, based on the proposed memristive HNN, a novel image encryption scheme in the 3-D setting is designed and evaluated, demonstrating its good encryption performances.

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  • Adjustable memductance, amplitude control, Biological neural networks, Chaos, Encryption, Hopfield neural network (HNN), Hysteresis, Integrated circuit modeling, memristor, Memristors, multiscroll attractors, multistability., Synapses

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