Improving the hardware complexity by exploiting the reduced dynamics-based fractional order systems
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Fractional calculus is nding increased usage in the modeling and control of nonlinear systems with the enhanced robustness. However, from the implementation perspectives, the simultaneous modeling of the systems and the design of controllers with fractional-order operators can bring additional advantages. In this paper, a fractional order model of a nonlinear system along with its controller design and its implementation on a eld programmable gate array (FPGA) is undertaken as a case study. Overall, three variants of the controllers are designed, including classical sliding mode controller, fractional controller for an integer model of the plant, and a fractional controller for a fractional model of the plant (FCFP). A high-level synthesis approach is used to map all the variants of the controllers on FPGA. The integro-differential fractional operators are realized with in nite impulse response lters architecturally implemented as cascaded secondorder sections to withstand quantization effects introduced by xed-point computations necessary for FPGA implementations. The experimental results demonstrate that the fractional order sliding mode controllerbased on fractional order plant (FCFP) exhibits reduced dynamics in sense of fractional integration and differentials. It is further veri ed that the FCFP is as robust as the classical sliding mode with comparable performance and computational resources.
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- Año 2017 
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