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Discrete-time systems sliding mode switching hyper plane design: A survey

AuthorsLuis‐Delgado, José Darío; Al‐Hadithi, Basil Mohammed; Jiménez, Agustín
KeywordsDiscrete sliding mode
Nonlinear control
Switching surface
Variable structure control
Issue Date2-Apr-2019
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationOptimal Control Applications and Methods 40 (3): 573-612 (2019)
AbstractAs regards to variable structure control with sliding mode (VSC-SM), it is knownthat designing sliding surface is a critical task because sliding surfaces mustguarantee that the steady state of the controlled system achieves some desiredperformance including global (or global asymptotic) stability. This problem hasbeen extensively analyzed for a wide class of systems: scalar, multivariable, lin-ear, nonlinear, time-variant, discrete-time system, etc. The main purpose of thispaper is to present a thorough survey about the main approaches related to thedesign of discrete-time switching surfaces applied to VSC-SM. Research workscovering the design of sliding surfaces for the aforementioned systems are con-sidered and some illustrative examples are also included to explain some of thedesign methodologies.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1002/oca.2496
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