Parametric study of adaptive generalized predictive controllers
Optimal tracking problems with finite and moving horizons have been studied extensively by Kishi. Brickner and Brogan proposed a controller model that included adaptive model estimation and predictive control to adjust nominal control inputs. The combination of the model identification, predictive controller, and the finite control horizon is essential to what is now called the generalized predictive controller, and the finite control horizon is essential to what is now called the generalized predictive controller extensively reported by Clarke. This Note presents results of a parametric study of generalized predictive control (GPC), based largely on the thesis of Han.
Acoustics, Dynamics, and Controls | Controls and Control Theory | Engineering
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Brogan, W. L.,
Parametric study of adaptive generalized predictive controllers.
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 16(2),