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Data-driven feedback linearisation using model predictive control

  title={Data-driven feedback linearisation using model predictive control},
  author={Merijn Floren and Koen Classens and Tom Oomen and Jean-Phillippe Noel},
Linearising the dynamics of nonlinear mechanical systems is an important and open research area. In this paper, we adopt a data-driven and feedback control approach to tackle this problem. A model predictive control architecture is developed that builds upon data-driven dynamic models obtained using nonlinear system identification. The overall methodology shows a high degree of performance combined with significant robustness against imperfect modelling and extrapolation. These findings are… 


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