Two Order Sliding Fuzzy Type-2 Control Based on Integral Sliding Mode for MIMO Systems

@inproceedings{Manceur2011TwoOS,
  title={Two Order Sliding Fuzzy Type-2 Control Based on Integral Sliding Mode for MIMO Systems},
  author={Malik Manceur and Najib Essounbouli and Abdelaziz Hamzaoui},
  booktitle={EUSFLAT Conf.},
  year={2011}
}
A higher order sliding fuzzy type-2 controller scheme for an nth order multi-input multi-output (MIMO) nonlinear uncertain perturbed systems is proposed in the paper. To overcome the constraint on the knowledge of the system model, local models related to some operating points were used to synthesize a nominal fuzzy type-2 global model. The controller uses integral sliding mode concept and contains two parts. Adaptive fuzzy type-2 systems have been introduced to generate the Super Twisting… 

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