This book discusses the Sliding Mode Control (SMC) problems of networked control systems (NCSs) under various communication protocols including static/dynamic/periodic event-triggered mechanism, and stochastic communication, Round-Robin, weighted try-once-discard, multiple-packet transmission, and the redundant channel transmission protocol.  The super-twisting algorithm and the extended-state-observer-based SMC scheme are described in this book for suppressing chattering. Besides, the SMC designs for two-dimensional (1-D) and two-dimensional (2-D) NCSs are illustrated as well.


  • Captures recent advances of theories, techniques, and applications of networked sliding mode control from an engineering-oriented perspective.
  • Includes new design ideas and optimization techniques of networked sliding mode control theory.
  • Provides advanced tools to apply networked sliding mode control techniques in the practical applications.
  • Discusses some new tools to the engineering applications while dealing with the model uncertainties and external disturbances.

This book aims at Researchers and professionals in Control Systems, Computer Networks, Internet of Things, and Communication Systems.

chapter 1|20 pages


part I|170 pages

1-D System Case

part II|60 pages

2-D System Case