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—We introduce a non-model based approach for locally stable convergence to Nash equilibria in static, noncooperative games with players. In classical game theory algorithms, each player employs the knowledge of the functional form of his payoff and the knowledge of the other players' actions, whereas in the proposed algorithm, the players need to measure… (More)

- Beibei Ren, Paul Frihauf, Robert J Rafac, Miroslav Krstic
- 2012

Extremum seeking, a non-model based optimization scheme, is employed to design laser pulse shapes that maximize the amount of stored energy extracted from the amplifier gain medium for a fixed input energy and inversion density. For this pulse shaping problem, a double-pass laser amplifier whose dynamics are fully coupled and composed of two nonlinear,… (More)

We present a non-model based approach for asymptotic, locally exponentially stable attainment of the optimal open-loop control sequence for unknown, discrete-time linear systems with a scalar input, where not even the dimension of the system is known. This control sequence minimizes the finite-time horizon cost function, which is quadratic in the measured… (More)

- Beibei Ren, Paul Frihauf, Miroslav Krstic, Robert J Rafac
- 2011

We investigate pulse shaping and optimization for a laser amplifier. Due to the complex character of the nonlinear PDE dynamics involved in the laser model, it is of interest to consider non-model based methods for pulse shaping. We determine input pulse shapes for an unknown laser dynamics model using iterative learning control (ILC) and… (More)

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