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Volume 6,     Number 2,     Summer 1998

 

ON THE DYNAMICAL BEHAVIOR OF
THE APPROXIMATE EQUIVALENT CONTROL
IN SLIDING MANIFOLD SYSTEMS
RUSSELL JOHNSON AND PAOLO NISTRI

Abstract. The aim of this paper is to study the dynamical stability properties of a suitably defined approximation of the equivalent control in sliding manifold control systems. For this we use both the classical theory of singularly perturbed dynamical systems and the theory of twist maps. Examples of control problems which possess dynamical stability properties are presented. This paper continues the investigation of the problem of control design, via singular perturbation theory, for control systems involving sliding manifolds.

 

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