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“…Based on NTSMC, Reference designs a fixed‐time controller for attitude stabilization. A fixed‐time attitude tracking controller is developed based on Sin‐FM in Reference . Two fixed‐time attitude controllers are given based on ASMM for attitude stabilization and attitude tracking in References , respectively.…”
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“…Based on NTSMC, Reference designs a fixed‐time controller for attitude stabilization. A fixed‐time attitude tracking controller is developed based on Sin‐FM in Reference . Two fixed‐time attitude controllers are given based on ASMM for attitude stabilization and attitude tracking in References , respectively.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…As mentioned in the above paragraph, TSM methods have some weaknesses. Therefore, the bound of settling time in Reference may tend to infinity when states converge to zero; there exists an unknown period of time in the complete bound of settling time in Reference and the bound of settling time in References and may tend to infinity if states converge along with the asymptotic sliding mode surface. Although the fixed‐time control method in Reference has no singularity problem and it can give a complete bound of settling time, the exponent parameters are fixed and it is difficult to use this method to design a continuous attitude controller for spacecraft, even if disturbance is not taken into account.…”
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“…In the work of Polyakov, the fixed‐time control approach is proposed, and the upper bound of the convergence time is unrelated to the initial conditions. Consequently, the fixed‐time control has gained much attention, and various research works have been presented . In the work of Gao and Cai, based on the quaternion and Lagrange‐like spacecraft dynamics, robust fixed‐time controllers were constructed to guarantee the fixed‐time convergence of the attitude tracking errors subject to inertia uncertainties and external disturbances.…”
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“…Consequently, the fixed-time control has gained much attention, and various research works have been presented. [33][34][35][36][37] In the work of Gao and Cai, 35 based on the quaternion and Lagrange-like spacecraft dynamics, robust fixed-time controllers were constructed to guarantee the fixed-time convergence of the attitude tracking errors subject to inertia uncertainties and external disturbances. In the work of Jiang et al, 36 considering the actuator saturation and faults, a fixed-time sliding mode control scheme was proposed to achieve the attitude stabilization of the rigid spacecraft.…”
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