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FEASIBILITY AND STABILITY FOR CONSTRAINED STABLE PREDICTIVE CONTROL

Abstract:
Predictive control strategies which handle input/output constraints optimize output tracking over a horizon, and thus tend to drive the controls to the constraint limits; this can lead to infeasibility and/or instability. Here we develop necessary and sufficient conditions for feasibility and stability, and propose an algorithm which overcomes finite horizon infeasibility and gives stability and asymptotic tracking.
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ROSSITER, J More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
GOSSNER, J More by this author
Volume:
3
Pages:
1885-1890
Publication date:
1994
URN:
uuid:2c9129d8-8cbb-48e4-8e70-063db789feee
Source identifiers:
64132
Local pid:
pubs:64132
ISBN:
0-7803-1872-2

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