Robust backstepping control for slew maneuver using nonlinear tracking function

@article{Kim2003RobustBC,
  title={Robust backstepping control for slew maneuver using nonlinear tracking function},
  author={Ki-Seok Kim and Youdan Kim},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Contr. Sys. Techn.},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={822-829}
}
The backstepping control method provides useful control logic, especially for a cascaded system. Because spacecraft dynamics and kinematics form a cascaded system, the spacecraft slew maneuver problem can be solved using the backstepping control method. However, the simple linear backstepping controller may result in poor design: sluggish motion, trivial nonlinear term cancellation, and excessive control input. To overcome these defects, an effective backstepping control method using a… CONTINUE READING

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