switching surface

switching surface

[′swich·iŋ ‚sər·fəs]
(control systems)
In feedback control systems employing bang-bang control laws, the surface in state space which separates a region of maximum control effort from one of minimum control effort.
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In the reaching mode, the system state is pushed towards the switching surface.
We consider the same switching surface s([lambda],t) as defined in (15)
Movement in general SMC systems can be divided into a reaching phase and a sliding mode [6] because the basic idea of SMC is to drive system states onto a predefined switching surface and move on it to the point of origin after the system state reaches the switching surface.
SMC will drive these variations in nonlinear plant's state trajectory on a user chosen surface called switching surface.
Another switching surface for the same reason is Snaafy, trained by Musabah Al Muhairi and ridden by Hills who said: "He proved he is as good on turf last time but his form last year was on dirt so we need to get a race into him on Tapeta so we can decide his main target.
s is called the switching function because the control action switches its sign on the two sides of the switching surface s=o.
Songlark is dropping back in trip and switching surface after finishing a half-length runner-up to Victory Moon in the 10-furlong Group Two UAE Derby on dirt at Nad Al Sheba in March.
Verification of Hypothesis (H2) with the Hamilton-Jacobi Inequality beyond the Switching Surface.
The designed control law algorithms in this paper and in literature [22] are all able to ensure that the motion of the system can reach the switching surface and thus can make the closed-loop system asymptotically stable, but the control law in paper [22] cannot provide the arrival speed, cannot guarantee rapidity, and had a big conservative, but the control law in this paper can improve the rapidity of the system's trajectories to reach the sliding mode and effectively weaken the chattering of the sliding mode.
Aveiro, switching surface after a sequence of consistent efforts on the all-weather, and Great As Gold, vastly improved over hurdles this winter, are the subjects of optimistic reports from connections.
A winner once on dirt in his native Oman, BF Mughader won on his third and previous UAE outing, all on the Abu Dhabi turf, before switching surfaces here.