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Anti-windup design for internal model control
This paper considers linear control design for systems with input magnitude saturation. A general anti-windup scheme which optimizes nonlinear performance, applicable to MIMO systems, is developed.Expand
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Stability of model predictive control with mixed constraints
We derive stability conditions for model predictive control (MPC) with hard constraints on the inputs and "soft" constraints on the outputs for an infinitely long output horizon. We show that withExpand
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Reducing on-line computational demands in model predictive control by approximating QP constraints
Abstract In this paper, we propose two Model Predictive Control algorithms, whose on-line computational demands are significantly smaller than that for conventional Model Predictive ControlExpand
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Topography measurements for determining the decay factors in surface replication
The electro-forming technique is used at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the production of standard reference material (SRM) 2461 standard casings to support nationwideExpand
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Stability of model predictive control with time-varying weights
In this paper, we show that the stability of constrained Model Predictive Control (MPC) systems can be guaranteed by using time-varying weights. It unifies two popular MPC algorithms with guaranteedExpand
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Large-Scale Graph Database Indexing Based on T-mixture Model and ICA
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This paper proposes an indexing scheme based on t- mixture model, which is more robust than Gaussian mixture modeling when atypical points (or outliers) exist or the set of data has heavy tail. Expand
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A computationally efficient nonlinear MPC algorithm
  • A. Zheng
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the American Control Conference…
  • 4 June 1997
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In this paper, a novel model predictive control (MPC) algorithm for control of nonlinear multivariable systems is proposed. Expand
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Computationally efficient non linear predictive control algorithm for control of constrained nonlinear systems
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A nonlinear model predictive control algorithm is proposed for control of constrained nonlinear systems, with significant savings in online computational time. Expand
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A Quantitative Controllability Index
A controllability index, which quantifies the cost associated with dynamic controllability, is proposed. The index depends quantitatively on the process alternative and control system alternative forExpand
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Global stabilization of linear discrete-time systems with bounded controls-a model predictive control approach
  • A. Zheng, M. Morari
  • Mathematics
  • Proceedings of American Control Conference - ACC…
  • 29 June 1994
A linear discrete-time system is globally stabilizable with bounded controls if and only if the system is stabilizable and all its poles are in the closed unit disk. In this paper, the authorsExpand
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