Variable-Structure Control Systems (Advances in Science and Technology)

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This book provides a new approach on the analysis and synthesis of numerical control systems with variable structure and large amplification factors. The approach is based on the method of quasipartitioning of dynamic systems. Topics include asymptotic invariance, suboptimality in the total energy function, robustness to regulating and signal perturbations, short delays, and measurement error. Various methods are presented for regularizing discontinuous control functions to the class of continuous functions. The numerical control system of airplanes with electrogas drives is considered by way of example.

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