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Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints

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Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints. / Wang, Liuping; Young, Peter C.; Gawthrop, Peter; Taylor, C. James.

In: International Journal of Control, Vol. 82, No. 6, 06.2009, p. 1122-1137.

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Wang, L, Young, PC, Gawthrop, P & Taylor, CJ 2009, 'Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints' International Journal of Control, vol 82, no. 6, pp. 1122-1137., 10.1080/00207170802474694

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Wang L, Young PC, Gawthrop P, Taylor CJ. Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints. International Journal of Control. 2009 Jun;82(6):1122-1137. Available from: 10.1080/00207170802474694

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Wang, Liuping; Young, Peter C.; Gawthrop, Peter; Taylor, C. James / Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints.

In: International Journal of Control, Vol. 82, No. 6, 06.2009, p. 1122-1137.

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title = "Non-minimal state space model-based continuous-time model predictive control with constraints",
author = "Liuping Wang and Young, {Peter C.} and Peter Gawthrop and Taylor, {C. James}",
year = "2009",
doi = "10.1080/00207170802474694",
volume = "82",
number = "6",
pages = "1122--1137",
journal = "International Journal of Control",

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AU - Taylor,C. James

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N2 - This paper proposes a model predictive control scheme based on a non-minimal state-space (NMSS) structure. Such a combination yields a continuous-time state-space model predictive control system that permits hard constraints to be imposed on both plant input and output variables, whilst using NMSS output-feedback without the need for an observer. A comparison between the NMSS and observer-based approaches using Monte Carlo uncertainty analysis shows that the former design is considerably less sensitive to plant-model mismatch than the latter. Through simulation studies, the paper also investigates the role of the implementation filter in noise attenuation, disturbance rejection and robustness of the closed-loop predictive control system. The results show that the filter poles become a subset of the closed-loop poles and this provides a straightforward method of tuning the closed-loop performance to achieve a reasonable balance between speed of response, disturbance rejection, measurement noise attenuation and robustness.

AB - This paper proposes a model predictive control scheme based on a non-minimal state-space (NMSS) structure. Such a combination yields a continuous-time state-space model predictive control system that permits hard constraints to be imposed on both plant input and output variables, whilst using NMSS output-feedback without the need for an observer. A comparison between the NMSS and observer-based approaches using Monte Carlo uncertainty analysis shows that the former design is considerably less sensitive to plant-model mismatch than the latter. Through simulation studies, the paper also investigates the role of the implementation filter in noise attenuation, disturbance rejection and robustness of the closed-loop predictive control system. The results show that the filter poles become a subset of the closed-loop poles and this provides a straightforward method of tuning the closed-loop performance to achieve a reasonable balance between speed of response, disturbance rejection, measurement noise attenuation and robustness.

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KW - continuous time systems

KW - non-minimal state space realization

KW - multivariable systems

KW - Laguerre functions

KW - TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)

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