ROBUST ADAPTIVE CONTROL BASED ON MACHINE LEARNING AND NTSMC FOR WORKPIECE SURFACE-GRINDING ROBOT

Lin Jia, Yaonan Wang, Jing He, Li Liu, Zhen Li, and Yongpeng Shen

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