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Robust control of nonlinear uncertain systems via sliding-mode with recursive-interlacing design

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2 Author(s)
Pin Liu ; Sch. of Math. & Stat., Sheffield Univ., UK ; Zinober, A.S.I.

Robust feedback regulation for a large class of uncertain nonlinear systems without strong assumptions is discussed in this paper. A design technique incorporating combined recursive-interlacing and sliding mode methods for the regulation of certain three-dimensional uncertain systems is proposed. This method can be readily extended to more general higher order nonlinear systems. Finally, a simulated example will be presented which shows that the combined control law attenuates high frequency chattering

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Variable Structure Systems, 1996. VSS '96. Proceedings., 1996 IEEE International Workshop on

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5-6 Dec 1996