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|Title:||Structured model-following neuro-adaptive design for attitude maneuver of rigid bodies|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation:||CONTROL ENGINEERING PRACTICE, 17(6), 676-689|
|Abstract:||A new structured model-following adaptive approach is presented in this paper to achieve large attitude maneuvers of rigid bodies. First, a nominal controller is designed using the dynamic inversion philosophy. Next, a neuro-adaptive design is proposed to augment the nominal design in order to assure robust performance in the presence of parameter inaccuracies as well as unknown constant external disturbances. The structured approach proposed in this paper (where kinematic and dynamic equations are handled separately), reduces the complexity of the controller structure. From simulation studies. this adaptive controller is found to be very effective in assuring robust performance. (C) 2008|
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