CGMurphi: Automatic synthesis of numerical controllers for nonlinear hybrid systems

@article{Penna2013CGMurphiAS,
  title={CGMurphi: Automatic synthesis of numerical controllers for nonlinear hybrid systems},
  author={G. D. Penna and B. Intrigila and D. Magazzeni and I. Melatti and E. Tronci},
  journal={Eur. J. Control},
  year={2013},
  volume={19},
  pages={14-36}
}
Abstract In the last years, the use of controllers has become very common, thus much work is being done to create automatic controller synthesis tools. When dealing with critical systems, most of the times such controllers are required to be optimal and robust , i.e., they must achieve their goal with minimal resource consumption and be able to handle also unexpected situations. All these requirements, which are intrinsically difficult to satisfy, become even more challenging when dealing with… Expand
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