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On the design of regularized explicit predictive controllers from input-output data

  title={On the design of regularized explicit predictive controllers from input-output data},
  author={Valentina Breschi and Andrea Sassella and Simone Formentin},
On the wave of recent advances in data-driven predictive control, we present an explicit predictive controller that can be constructed from a batch of input/output data only. The proposed explicit law is build upon a regularized implicit data-driven predictive control problem, so as to guarantee the uniqueness of the explicit predictive controller. As a side benefit, the use of regularization is shown to improve the capability of the explicit law in coping with noise on the data. The… 

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