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S > φ , the sliding controller with sgn(s) is s exactly the same as the one with sat( ) . Hence, the boundary layer is also φ attractive. When s is inside the boundary layer, equation (10) becomes sɺ + η1 s φ = ∆f + ∆d (20) This implies that the signal s is the output of a stable first-order filter whose input is the bounded model error ∆f + ∆d . Thus, the chattering behavior can indeed be eliminated with proper selection of the filer bandwidth and as long as the high-frequency unmodeled dynamics is not excited.
Let us define a sliding surface s(x, t ) = 0 as a desired error dynamics, where s (x, t ) is a linear stable differential operator acting on the tracking error e = x-xd as s=( d + λ ) n −1 e dt (5) where λ > 0 determines the behavior of the error dynamics. e. u appears when we differentiate s once. One way to achieve output error convergence is to find a control u such that the state trajectory converges to the sliding surface. Once on the surface, the system behaves like a stable linear system ( d + λ ) n −1 e = 0 ; dt therefore, asymptotic convergence of the tracking error can be obtained.
Then (2) is asymptotically stable if Vɺ does not vanish identically along any trajectory of (2) other than the trivial solution x = 0 . The result is global if the properties hold for the entire state space and V ( x) is radially unbounded. Lyapunov stability theorem for non-autonomous systems Given the non-autonomous system (1) with an equilibrium point at the origin, and let N be a neighborhood of the origin, then the origin is (i) stable if 38 Chapter 2 Preliminaries ∀x ∈ N , there exists a scalar function V (x, t ) such that V (x, t ) > 0 and Vɺ (x, t ) ≤ 0 ; (ii) uniformly stable if V (x, t ) > 0 and decrescent and Vɺ (x, t ) ≤ 0 ; (iii) asymptotically stable if V (x, t ) > 0 and Vɺ (x, t ) < 0 ; (iv) globally n asymptotically stable if ∀x ∈ℜ , there exists a scalar function V (x, t ) such that V (x, t ) > 0 and Vɺ (x, t ) < 0 and V (x, t ) is radially unbounded; (v) uniformly asymptotically stable if ∀x ∈ N , there exists a scalar function V (x, t ) such that V (x, t ) > 0 and decrescent and Vɺ (x, t ) < 0 ; (vi) globally n uniformly asymptotically stable if ∀x ∈ℜ , there exists a scalar function V (x, t ) such that V (x, t ) > 0 and decrescent and is radially unbounded and Vɺ (x, t ) < 0 ; (vii) exponentially stable if there exits α , β , γ > 0 such that 2 2 2 ∀ x ∈ N , α x ≤ V ( x, t ) ≤ β x and Vɺ (x, t ) ≤ −γ x ; (viii) globally exponentially stable if it is exponentially stable and V (x, t ) is radially unbounded.