This book covers the theory of automatic control systems with variable structure, or variable-structure systems (VSS), developed in the 1960s in the USSR. Variable-Structure systems differ from traditional automatic control systems in that their structure is purposefully changed, in jump-wise fashion, during the transient process, depending on the current value of the error signal and its derivatives. Research has shown that VSS posses several essential advantages, among these high speed, insensitivity to variations in the plant parametrs and to external disturbanes, and simplicity of physical realization.
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