Nonlinear model-based control using second-order Volterra models

@article{Doyle1995NonlinearMC,
  title={Nonlinear model-based control using second-order Volterra models},
  author={Francis J. Doyle and Babatunde A. Ogunnaike and Ronald K. Pearson},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={1995},
  volume={31},
  pages={697-714}
}
A nonlinear controller synthesis scheme is presented that retains the original spirit and characteristics of conventional (linear) model predictive control (MPC) while extending its capabilities to nonlinear systems. The scheme employs a Volterra model-a simple and convenient nonlinear extension of the linear convolution model employed by conventional MPC-and gives rise to a controller composed of a conventional linear controller augmented by an auxiliary loop of nonlinear ‘corrections… CONTINUE READING
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