This edited monograph provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of sliding mode control, focusing on event-triggered
implementation. The technique allows to prefix the steady-state bounds of the system, and this is independent of any boundary
disturbances. The idea of event-triggered SMC is developed for both single input / single output and multi-input / multi-output
linear systems. Moreover, the reader learns how to apply this method to nonlinear systems. The book primarily addresses research
experts in the field of sliding mode control, but the book may also be beneficial for graduate students.