Metadata only entry.In this paper, a robust stabilization problem for a class of linear time-varying delay systems with disturbances is studied using sliding mode techniques. Both matched and mismatched disturbances, involving time-varying delay, are considered. The disturbances are nonlinear and have nonlinear bounds which are employed for the control design. A sliding surface is designed and the stability of the corresponding sliding motion is analysed based on the Razumikhin Theorem. Then a static output feedback sliding mode control with time delay is synthesized to drive the system to the sliding surface in finite time. Conservatism is reduced by using features of sliding mode control and systems structure. Simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed approach
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