Identification-oriented predictive control

TitleIdentification-oriented predictive control
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsKammer, L. C., and G. A. Dumont
EditorBittanti, S.
Conference NameADAPTATION AND LEARNING IN CONTROL AND SIGNAL PROCESSING 2001
Pagination13-17
PublisherInt Federat Automat Control; CNR
Conference LocationTHE BOULEVARD, LANGFORD LANE,, KIDLINGTON OX5 1GB, OXFORD, ENGLAND
ISBN Number0-08-043683-8
Keywordsclosed-loop identification, iterative methods, model-based control, predictive control, robust design
Abstract

This paper introduces a model-based predictive-control strategy that improves identifiability of the process under closed-loop operation. With this strategy in action there is no loss of identiflability when the only signal exciting the loop is a stochastic load disturbance. The main novelty in this work is the usage of a pseudo multi-rate control action. In essence the system alternates between open-loop and closed-loop operation at every sampling time. Copyright ((C)) 2001 IFAC.

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