SLIDING MODE NEURO-ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER DESIGNED IN DISCRETE TIME FOR MOBILE ROBOTS

Francisco G. Rossomando, Carlos Soria, Eduardo O. Freire, and Ricardo O. Carelli

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