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Terminal sliding mode control design for uncertain dynamic systems. (English) Zbl 0909.93005
Summary: A terminal sliding mode control design scheme for uncertain dynamic systems in the pure-feedback form is presented in this paper. This design employs a recursive procedure which utilizes a set of switching manifolds to realize finite time convergence. To avoid a singularity problem, the scheme uses two-phase control: one phase is a preterminal sliding mode control that transfers the trajectory to a specified open region in which the terminal sliding mode control is not singular. Inside the region, the other phase -- the terminal sliding mode control takes place bringing the state to the origin in finite time.

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93B12Variable structure systems
93B51Design techniques in systems theory
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