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This paper proposes a new method for sliding mode control of systems with mismatched uncertainties. The proposed method employs a multiple sliding surface (MSS) approach combined with inertial delay control (IDC) for estimating unmatched disturbances. It has the advantage of tackling constant as well as time-variant and state dependent(More)
This paper proposes the design and implementation of model following sliding mode control strategy based on an inertial delay observer. This observer estimates the states as well as the uncertainties and disturbances in an integrated manner. It is shown that when modeling uncertainties and disturbances are present in the system, it gives better results(More)
Two new strategies based on uncertainty estimation are proposed for anti-lock braking systems. In one of the strategies, the uncertainties and the disturbances are estimated using inertial delay control and the estimates are used in a backstepping control based braking system. In the other strategy, in addition to uncertainties, the states are also(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel sliding mode control for systems that do not satisfy the so called matching conditions. The proposed control is based on the backstepping technique augmented by an inertial delay control. The stability of the overall system is proved using the Lyapunov method. The effective of the method is illustrated by simulation.
In this paper, a new decentralized sliding mode control based on Inertial Delay Control (IDC) is proposed for a class of perturbed nonlinear large scale systems with variable time delay in interconnections. IDC is used to estimate the nonlinear perturbations, external disturbances and interconnection effects with time varying delay in interconnections. The(More)
In this paper we give a new approach to discrete time sliding mode control based on Inertial delay control (IDC). IDC is used to estimate uncertainties and external disturbances affecting the system behavior and thereby enabling control over the band of quasi sliding. The efficacy of the proposed control is illustrated by simulation.
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are thought to underline the process of ageing and the pathogenicity of various diseases, such as neurodegenerative disorders and cancer. The use of traditional medicine is widespread and plants still present a large source of natural antioxidants that might serve as leads for the development of novel drugs. In this study, an(More)
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