Stabilization of the attitude of a rigid spacecraft with external disturbances using finite-time control techniques

@article{Ding2007StabilizationOT,
  title={Stabilization of the attitude of a rigid spacecraft with external disturbances using finite-time control techniques},
  author={Shihong Ding and Shihua Li},
  journal={2007 American Control Conference},
  year={2007},
  pages={2459-2464}
}
In this paper, we discuss the classical problem of attitude stabilization for a rigid spacecraft with external disturbances. Almost all the control laws for attitude stabilization problem in the literature can only guarantee at best exponential convergence of the attitude with infinite settling time. We employ finite-time control techniques including terminal sliding mode approach and continuous finite-time control approach to develop feedback control laws for stabilizing spacecraft attitude in… CONTINUE READING

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