Networked predictive control of constrained nonlinear systems: Recursive feasibility and Input-to-State Stability analysis

@article{Pin2009NetworkedPC,
  title={Networked predictive control of constrained nonlinear systems: Recursive feasibility and Input-to-State Stability analysis},
  author={Gilberto Pin and Thomas Parisini},
  journal={2009 American Control Conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={2327-2334}
}
The present paper is concerned with the robust state feedback stabilization of uncertain discrete-time constrained nonlinear systems in which the loop is closed through a packet-based communication network. In order to cope with model uncertainty, time-varying transmission delays and packet dropouts which typically affect networked control systems, a robust control policy, which combines model predictive control with a network delay compensation strategy, is proposed. The contribution of the… CONTINUE READING
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