OPTIMAL ADHESION BRAKING CONTROL OF TRAINS BASED ON PARAMETER ESTIMATION AND SLIDING MODE OBSERVER

Jing He, Laicheng Shi, Changfan Zhang, Jianhua Liu, Buchong Yang, and Xintian Zuo

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