Fast implementation of predictive controllers using SM approximation methodologies

@article{Canale2007FastIO,
  title={Fast implementation of predictive controllers using SM approximation methodologies},
  author={Massimo Canale and Lorenzo Fagiano and Mario Milanese},
  journal={2007 46th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  year={2007},
  pages={1361-1367}
}
  • Massimo Canale, Lorenzo Fagiano, Mario Milanese
  • Published in
    46th IEEE Conference on…
    2007
  • Computer Science
  • Set membership function estimation methodologies are employed in the approximation of a given predictive control law. This is obtained via the evaluation of an approximating function with a desired level of accuracy, fulfilling input constraints and whose computational time is independent on the MPC control horizon. The effects of employing the approximated control law can be treated as an additive perturbation acting on the system. Sufficient conditions are obtained for the approximating… CONTINUE READING

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