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Title: A chattering elimination algorithm for sliding mode control
Authors: Wong, L. K.
Leung, Frank H. F.
Tam, Peter K. S.
Subjects: Algorithms
Control system synthesis
Robustness (control systems)
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: IEEE
Source: 1996 IEEE IECON : proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Industrial Electronics, Control, and Instrumentation, Taipei, Taiwan, 5-10 Aug 1996, p. 264-268.
Abstract: It is well known that sliding mode control is capable of tackling systems with uncertainties. However, the discontinuous control signal causes a significant problem of chattering. An algorithm is proposed in this paper to eliminate chattering by removing the discontinuous control signal when the system is operating near the sliding plane. The transient performance as well as the robustness properties will not be affected and zero steady-state error is ensured. Mathematical derivation of the algorithm is to be detailed. This algorithm is applied to a system with parameter uncertainties to show its ability and merits.
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Type: Conference Paper
ISBN: 0-7803-2775-6
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