Antonella Ferrara
Antonella Ferrara
Professor of Process Control and Robotics, University of Pavia, Italy
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Chattering avoidance by second-order sliding mode control
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, E Usai
IEEE Transactions on automatic control 43 (2), 241-246, 1998
12931998
On multi-input chattering-free second-order sliding mode control
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, E Usai, VI Utkin
IEEE transactions on automatic control 45 (9), 1711-1717, 2000
3942000
On second order sliding mode controllers
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, A Levant, E Usai
Variable structure systems, sliding mode and nonlinear control, 329-350, 1999
3941999
Adaptive sliding mode control in discrete-time systems
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, VI Utkin
Automatica 31 (5), 769-773, 1995
3411995
Output tracking control of uncertain nonlinear second-order systems
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, E Usai
Automatica 33 (12), 2203-2212, 1997
2491997
Integral sliding mode control for nonlinear systems with matched and unmatched perturbations
M Rubagotti, A Estrada, F Castaños, A Ferrara, L Fridman
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 56 (11), 2699-2704, 2011
2222011
Wheel slip control via second-order sliding-mode generation
M Amodeo, A Ferrara, R Terzaghi, C Vecchio
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 11 (1), 122-131, 2009
1712009
Applications of a sub‐optimal discontinuous control algorithm for uncertain second order systems
G Bartolini, A Ferrara, E Usai
International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control: IFAC‐Affiliated …, 1997
1691997
Vehicle yaw control via second-order sliding-mode technique
M Canale, L Fagiano, A Ferrara, C Vecchio
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 55 (11), 3908-3916, 2008
1682008
Higher order sliding mode controllers with optimal reaching
F Dinuzzo, A Ferrara
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 54 (9), 2126-2136, 2009
1612009
Robust model predictive control with integral sliding mode in continuous-time sampled-data nonlinear systems
M Rubagotti, DM Raimondo, A Ferrara, L Magni
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 56 (3), 556-570, 2010
1552010
AMADEUS: advanced manipulation for deep underwater sampling
DM Lane, JBC Davies, G Casalino, G Bartolini, G Cannata, G Veruggio, ...
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 4 (4), 34-45, 1997
1551997
Design of an integral suboptimal second-order sliding mode controller for the robust motion control of robot manipulators
A Ferrara, GP Incremona
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 23 (6), 2316-2325, 2015
1412015
Manipulator fault diagnosis via higher order sliding-mode observers
LM Capisani, A Ferrara, AF De Loza, LM Fridman
IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics 59 (10), 3979-3986, 2012
1262012
Nonlinear optimization for freeway control using variable-speed signaling
A Alessandri, A Di Febbraro, A Ferrara, E Punta
IEEE Transactions on vehicular technology 48 (6), 2042-2052, 1999
1261999
Optimal control of freeways via speed signalling and ramp metering
A Alessandri, A Di Febbraro, A Ferrara, E Punta
Control Engineering Practice 6 (6), 771-780, 1998
1261998
Trajectory planning and second-order sliding mode motion/interaction control for robot manipulators in unknown environments
LM Capisani, A Ferrara
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 59 (8), 3189-3198, 2011
1252011
Fault detection for robot manipulators via second-order sliding modes
D Brambilla, LM Capisani, A Ferrara, P Pisu
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 55 (11), 3954-3963, 2008
1182008
Integral sliding mode for the torque-vectoring control of fully electric vehicles: Theoretical design and experimental assessment
T Goggia, A Sorniotti, L De Novellis, A Ferrara, P Gruber, J Theunissen, ...
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 64 (5), 1701-1715, 2014
1052014
A robust consensus algorithm for current sharing and voltage regulation in DC microgrids
M Cucuzzella, S Trip, C De Persis, X Cheng, A Ferrara, A van der Schaft
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 27 (4), 1583-1595, 2018
1042018
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