Part of the Communications and Control Engineering Series book series (CCE)
Decoupling in Systems with Discontinuous Controls
Since we are going to “unify” the design principles by introducing sliding modes, let us confine ourselves with only those discontinuous systems whose sliding equations may be written quite unambiguously. From the entire variety of nonlinear systems, this limitation isolates a subclass which, generally speaking, may be presented by equations linear in control
where x∈ℝ n and u∈ℝm. Formally, a standard statement of the control theory problems is in choosing such a control u, functionally or operationally dependent upon the system state, time and disturbances, that brings an appropriate transformation of the solution to the initial system (6.1). The idea of the “appropriate” transformation is treated in such a broad sense by the present-day control theory authors that it will be useful to give the most important problems statements in this book.
$$x = f(xj) + B(x,t)u,$$
KeywordsDiscontinuity Surface Equivalent Control Regular Form Discontinuous Control Deliberate Introduction
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1992