Super-Twisting Algorithm approach to control tumors growth

@article{Zioui2013SuperTwistingAA,
  title={Super-Twisting Algorithm approach to control tumors growth},
  author={Nadjet Zioui and Mohamed Tadjine and Mohamed Seghir Boucherit},
  journal={3rd International Conference on Systems and Control},
  year={2013},
  pages={457-461}
}
This work is about computing the robust control for tumors growth. This control law is developed using the Super-Twisting Algorithm. It is based on the sliding modes approach, with appropriate choices for the control law expressions. As an improved version of the Twisting algorithm, it has been introduced in order to minimize the shattering phenomenon, to allow the outputs to converge in a reasonable amount of time. It also deals with the need of some data that are hard to obtain in practice… CONTINUE READING

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