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Sliding mode control (Dcgw)

Control based on the principle that states of a system to be controlled are first taken to a surface (sliding surface) in state space and then kept there with a shifting law based on the system states. Once sliding surface is reached the closed loop system has low sensitivity to matched and bounded disturbances, plant parameter variations. (Source: Drexel Autonomous Systems Lab: www.drexel.edu/~vn43/tutorials/sliding_mode_control/smcsp/smcsp.html)
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Control systems (Dcg)
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