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Faulwasser, Timm ; Grüne, Lars ; Müller, Matthias A.:
Economic Nonlinear Model Predictive Control.
In: Foundations and Trends® in Systems and Control.
Vol. 5
(12 January 2018)
Issue 1
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 pp. 198.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1561/2600000014
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Abstract: In recent years, Economic Model Predictive Control (empc) has received considerable attention of many research groups. The present tutorial survey summarizes stateoftheart approaches in empc. In this context empc is to be understood as recedinghorizon optimal control with a stage cost that does not simply penalize the distance to a desired equilibrium but encodes more sophisticated economic objectives.
This survey provides a comprehensive overview of empc stability results: with and without terminal constraints, with and without dissipativtiy assumptions, with averaged constraints, formulations with multiple objectives and generalized terminal constraints as well as Lyapunovbased approaches. Moreover, we compare different performance criteria for some of the considered approaches and comment on the connections to recent research on dissipativity of optimal control problems. We consider a discretetime setting and point towards continuoustime variants. We illustrate the different empc schemes with several examples.
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