Distributed Model Predictive Control refers to a class of predictive control architectures in which a number of local controllers manipulate a subset of inputs to control a subset of outputs (states) composing the overall system. Different levels of communication and (non)cooperation exist, although in general the most compelling properties can be established only for cooperative schemes, those in which all local controllers optimize local inputs to minimize the same plant-wide objective function. Starting from state-feedback algorithms for constrained linear systems, extensions are discussed to cover output feedback, reference target tracking and nonlinear systems. An outlook of future directions is finally presented.

Distributed Model Predictive Control

PANNOCCHIA, GABRIELE
2014

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Distributed Model Predictive Control refers to a class of predictive control architectures in which a number of local controllers manipulate a subset of inputs to control a subset of outputs (states) composing the overall system. Different levels of communication and (non)cooperation exist, although in general the most compelling properties can be established only for cooperative schemes, those in which all local controllers optimize local inputs to minimize the same plant-wide objective function. Starting from state-feedback algorithms for constrained linear systems, extensions are discussed to cover output feedback, reference target tracking and nonlinear systems. An outlook of future directions is finally presented.
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