Receding-horizon Control for Linear Time-delay Systems

@inproceedings{Lee2005RecedinghorizonCF,
  title={Receding-horizon Control for Linear Time-delay Systems},
  author={Young Sam Lee},
  year={2005}
}
Improved results on receding horizon control (RHC), or model predictive control (MPC), for linear state-delay systems is proposed. The proposed RHC has guaranteed closed-loop stability for wider class of state-delay systems than exiting RHC for state-delay systems. The proposed RHC is obtained by minimizing a new cost function that includes three terminal weighting terms, which are closely related to the closed-loop stability. Firstly, the solution of the proposed RHC is derived using the… CONTINUE READING

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