Moving horizon I control with performance adaptation for constrained linear systems

@article{Chen2006MovingHI,
  title={Moving horizon I control with performance adaptation for constrained linear systems},
  author={Hong Chen and Carsten W. Scherer},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={2006},
  volume={42},
  pages={1033-1040}
}
This paper presents a moving horizon H∞ control formulation, where disturbance attenuation is explicitly considered and the performance is on-line adapted to satisfy time-domain constraints. The main ingredient is the introduction of a dissipation constraint, combined with on-line monitoring the dissipation level and minimizing H∞ performance. A sufficient condition on the amplitude of the disturbances is derived to guarantee the feasibility of the optimization problem at each time. The… CONTINUE READING
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