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SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF AN UNDERWATER ROBOTIC VEHICLE INCLUDING ADAPTIVE FUZZY DEAD-ZONE COMPENSATION

@inproceedings{Bessa2009SLIDINGMC,
  title={SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF AN UNDERWATER ROBOTIC VEHICLE INCLUDING ADAPTIVE FUZZY DEAD-ZONE COMPENSATION},
  author={Wallace Moreira Bessa},
  year={2009}
}
Due to the great technological improvement obtained in the l ast decades, it became possible to use robotic vehicles for underwater exploration. During the execution of a certain task with the robotic vehicle, the operator need s to monitor and control a number of parameters. If some of these p arameters, as for instance the position and the orientation of the vehicle, could be controlled automatically, the tele op ration of the vehicle can be enormously facilitated. Bas ed on experimental… Expand

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