Integral Sliding Mode Control
In this chapter the concept of integral sliding mode (ISM) is revisited. The efficiency of ISM is illustrated on the example of LQ control. Then the projection to the unmatched variable subspace is designed ensuring that the application of ISM is not amplifying, but minimizing the unmatched perturbations. An illustrative example of application of ISM to LQ problem is presented.
KeywordsSlide Mode Control Linear Quadratic Regulator Equivalent Control Nominal Control Integral Slide Mode Control
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