Fuzzy Controller Design: A Sliding Mode Approach
The dynamics behavior of the controlled system can be approximately dominated by a fuzzified sliding surface.
Fuzzification of the sliding surface will not only increase the robustness to the system nonidealities but also decrease the chattering.
The fuzzy-sliding mode controller can control most of the complex ill-defined systems without knowing their mathematical models.
KeywordsSlide Mode Control Fuzzy Logic Controller Slide Mode Controller Fuzzy Logic Control Fuzzy Inference Rule
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