Model Predictive Controllers

@inproceedings{Camacho2007ModelPC,
  title={Model Predictive Controllers},
  author={Eduardo F. Camacho and Carlos Bordons},
  year={2007}
}
This chapter describes the elements that are common to all Model Predictive controllers, showing the various alternatives used in the different implementations. Some of the most popular methods will later be reviewed to demonstrate their most outstanding characteristics. 

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