Constrained predictive pole-placement control with linear models

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Chen, W.H.; Gawthrop, P.J.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
  • Subject: TJ

Predictive pole-placement (PPP) control is a continuous-time MPC using a particular set of basis functions leading to pole-placement behaviour in the unconstrained case. This paper presents two modified versions of the PPP controller which are each shown to have desirab... View more
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