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Nonlinearity and Time-Delay Compensations in State-Space Model Based Predictive Control

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In this paper a promising series of modifications of predictive control has been combined in order to extend the functionality of principles of predictive control via linearization. Based on this approach a linear model predictive controller is designed at each point to achieve desired local stability and performance requirements leading to guaranteed functionality through the whole operating range of a nonlinear system. In addition, a compensating technique has been applied in order to deal with the system dynamic burdened with a delayed control input. The improved predictive controller has been implemented and applied on illustrative examples of tank system.

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This article was created with support of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic under grant IGA reg. n. IGA/FAI/2016/006.

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Talaš, S., Bobál, V., Krhovják, A., Rušar, L. (2016). Nonlinearity and Time-Delay Compensations in State-Space Model Based Predictive Control. In: Silhavy, R., Senkerik, R., Oplatkova, Z.K., Silhavy, P., Prokopova, Z. (eds) Automation Control Theory Perspectives in Intelligent Systems. CSOC 2016. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 466. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-33389-2_10

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