Distributed Receding Horizon Control

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This lecture will illustrate how the tools described in the Wednesday 04/12/06 lecture can be used to study stability of decentralized receding horizon control (DRHC). We will discuss why the problem is more difficult and what are the main issues that drive the problem. Stability of DRHC will be studied in a discrete-time framework for the class of dynamically decoupled systems. Alternative approaches and various practical methods to help constraint fulfillment will be mentioned as well.

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Lecture: Distributed Receding Horizon Control


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