Second-order sliding mode control applied to inverted pendulum

@article{Mahjoub2013SecondorderSM,
  title={Second-order sliding mode control applied to inverted pendulum},
  author={Sonia Mahjoub and Faical Mnif and Nabil Derbel},
  journal={14th International Conference on Sciences and Techniques of Automatic Control & Computer Engineering - STA'2013},
  year={2013},
  pages={269-273}
}
  • Sonia Mahjoub, Faical Mnif, Nabil Derbel
  • Published in
    14th International Conference…
    2013
  • Engineering
  • Sliding mode control (SMC) has been considered as an effective tool in different studies for control systems. The robustness of SMC against the disturbances and model uncertainties makes the system stable. However, the chattering phenomenon degrades the system performances, it may even lead to instability. This paper deals with the second order sliding mode the twisting and super-twisting algorithm to solve the tracking control of underactuated manipulators. Further, comparison between… CONTINUE READING

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