Interpolation methods in model predictive control: an overview

  title={Interpolation methods in model predictive control: an overview},
  author={J. A. Rossiter and Yihang Ding},
  journal={International Journal of Control},
  pages={297 - 312}
  • J. A. Rossiter, Yihang Ding
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Control
  • Interpolation methods are one means of tackling the classical performance versus feasibility compromise in model predictive control (MPC). However, although some details are available in various conferences, very little has appeared in the published journals and also there is no paper pulling all the various algorithms together. Hence this article seeks to give a brief but insightful survey of existing proposals along with their strengths and weaknesses, before proposing useful avenues for… CONTINUE READING
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