Discretization of control law for a class of variable structure control systems

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Golo, G. and Schaft van der, A.J. and Milosavljević, Č. (2000) Discretization of control law for a class of variable structure control systems. [Report]

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Abstract: A new method for the discretization of a class of continuous-time variable structure control systems, based on the linear complementarity theory, is proposed. The proposed method consists two steps. In the first step, the motion projected on the sliding manifold (the fast dynamics) is discretized by means of backward Euler time-step method. In the second step, the sampled and hold control law is determined such that the trajectories of the discrete-time closed loop system projected on the sliding manifold coincide with the trajectories of discretized fast dynamics. The discrete-time closed-loop system exhibits discrete-time sliding motion. It means that the trajectories of the discrete-time closed loop system reach the sliding manifold in a finite number of steps and stay on it after that. Also, it is proved that control law is a continuous function. Therefore, the closed loop system is chattering free. The theoretically obtained results are verified on the example of the non-holonomic integrator.
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