This paper mainly investigates stabilization of hybrid stochastic differential equations (SDEs) via periodically intermittent feedback controls based on discrete-time state observations with a time delay. First, by using the theory of M-matrix and intermittent control strategy, we establish sufficient conditions for the stability of hybrid SDEs. Then, we prove the intermittent stabilization for a given unstable nonlinear hybrid SDE by comparison theorem. Two numerical examples are discussed to support our results of theoretical analysis.
- intermittent stabilization
- feedback control
- discrete-time state observations
- time delay
- hybrid stochastic differential equations (SDEs)