The application of Discrete sliding mode control in parabolic PDE dynamics

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2013 3rd Australian Control Conference, AUCC 2013, 2013, pp. 152 - 157
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In this paper, the problem of applying Discrete Sliding Mode Control (DSMC) on spatially finite-dimensional systems arising from discretization of bi-variate Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) describing spatio-temporal systems is studied. To this end, heat transfer PDE is discretized to create 2D discrete dynamics and eventually this 2D spatiotemporal discrete form is represented in 1D vectorial form. In order to study the effect of discrepancy between original PDE dynamics and their discrete schemes, an uncertainty term is also considered for the obtained discrete dynamics. According to the notion of strong stability and, in addition, using scaling matrices (similarity transformation), a new method for considering the stability of discrete-time systems in the presence of general uncertainty term (matched and unmatched) is developed. It is also shown that the proposed method in this paper can be used for the case with spatial constraints on the actuation. Consequently, as special cases, the problem of spatially piece-wise constant, sparse and also boundary control input are studied. © 2013 Engineers Australia.
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