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Moving Horizon Control of Nonlinear Systems

H.  Michalska Very few control design techniques can handle constraints imposed, a priori, on the system. One of the most powerful design techniques which can handle constraints easily and is applicable to systems in general form is referred to as `model predictive control' or `moving horizon control'. Previous work in this area is concerned with construction of stabilizing `moving horizon' control laws and design of `moving horizon' observers.



Thierry Baron
Mon Apr 7 12:54:24 EDT 1997