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Smooth second-order sliding modes: missile guidance application. (English) Zbl 1130.93392
Summary: A new smooth second-order sliding mode control is proposed and proved using homogeneity-based technique for a system driven by sufficiently smooth uncertain disturbances. The main target application of this technique – the missile-interceptor guidance system against targets performing evasive maneuvers is considered. The smooth second-order sliding mode control-based guidance law is designed and compared with augmented proportional navigation guidance law via computer simulations of a guided missile intercepting a maneuvering ballistic target.

MSC:
93C85 Automated systems (robots, etc.) in control theory
93B51 Design techniques (robust design, computer-aided design, etc.)
93B12 Variable structure systems
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