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Noroozi, Navid ; Geiselhart, Roman ; Grüne, Lars ; Wirth, Fabian:
Control of discretetime nonlinear systems via finitestep control Lyapunov functions.
In: Systems & Control Letters.
Vol. 138
(2020)
.
 104631.
ISSN 18727956
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sysconle.2020.104631
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Alexander von HumboldtStiftung 
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In this work, we establish different control design approaches for discretetime systems, which build upon the notion of finitestep control Lyapunov functions (fsCLFs). The design approaches are formulated as optimization problems and solved in a model predictive control (MPC) fashion. In particular, we establish contractive multistep MPC with and without reoptimization and compare it to classic MPC. The idea behind these approaches is to use the fsCLF as running cost. These new design approaches are particularly relevant in situations where information exchange between plant and controller cannot be ensured at all time instants. An example shows the different behavior of the proposed controller design approaches.
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