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International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

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Nonlinear control of the squirrel induction motor is designed using sliding mode theory. The developed approach leads to the design of a sliding mode controller in order to linearize the behaviour of an induction motor. The second problem described in the paper is decoupling between two physical outputs: the rotor speed and the rotor flux modulus. The sliding mode tools allow us to separate the control from these two outputs. To take account of parametric variations, a model-based approach...

### Rotary inverted pendulum: trajectory tracking via nonlinear control techniques

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The nonlinear control techniques are applied to the model of rotary inverted pendulum. The model has two degrees of freedom and is not exactly linearizable. The goal is to control output trajectory of the rotary inverted pendulum asymptotically along a desired reference. Moreover, the designed controller should be robust with respect to specified perturbations and parameters uncertainties. A combination of techniques based on nonlinear normal forms, output regulation and sliding mode...

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### Controller design for bilinear systems with parametric uncertainties.

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### Application of a second order VSC to nonlinear systems in multi-input parametric-pure-feedback form

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The use of a multi-input control design procedure for uncertain nonlinear systems expressible in multi-input parametric-pure feedback form to determine the control law for a class of mechanical systems is described in this paper. The proposed procedure, based on the well-known backstepping design technique, relies on the possibility of extending to multi-input uncertain systems a second order sliding mode control approach recently developed, thus reducing the computational load, as well...