




Variable Structure Systems: From principles to implementation
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2004 eISBN: 9781849190008  Cloth: 9780863413506 Library of Congress Classification TJ220.5.V36 2004 Dewey Decimal Classification 629.836
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Variable structure systems, or sliding mode control systems, are nonlinear automatic control systems whose structures are deliberately allowed to change, so that robust performance is obtained. It allows the design of high performance control systems that can be reliably and easily implemented at low cost. Although the basic theory is mature, the theory and the associated control system design methodologies are less well known to many control engineers. This new text seeks to redress the gap, and is split into three parts: the basics of sliding mode control, new trends in sliding mode control and applications of sliding mode control. The book will be of interest to all engineers working with control systems. Mathematical and engineering concepts are discussed thoroughly and many numerical design examples are included so that readers can quickly understand the design methodologies and their application to practical problems. See other books on: Electronics  implementation  Sliding mode control  Technology & Engineering See other titles from The Institution of Engineering and Technology 
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