Sliding Mode Control Using Modified Rodrigues Parameters

@article{Crassidis1996SlidingMC,
  title={Sliding Mode Control Using Modified Rodrigues Parameters},
  author={John L. Crassidis and F. Landis Markley},
  journal={Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics},
  year={1996},
  volume={19},
  pages={1381-1383}
}
Introduction Spacecraft pointing poses a complex problem involving nonlinear dynamics with either linear and/or nonlinear control laws. Primary control actuators usually include thrusters for rapid and coarse attitude maneuvers, and reaction wheels for slow and precise attitude maneuvers. Other types of control mechanisms include gravity-gradient stabilization and magnetic torquer assemblies. Control algorithms can be divided into open-loop systems and closed-loop (feedback) systems. Open-loop… 
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