State estimation and the equivalence of the regulatory and supervisory predictive control law

D.O. Uduehi, A.W. Ordys, M.J. Grimble

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Abstract

This paper discusses the effect of state estimation on the equivalence between the regulatory and supervisory predictive control strategies for linear time invariant systems. The analysis presented here shows that in the presence of model-system mismatch, the use of a state estimator rather than the actual state in the feedback loop does not affect the equivalence between the two strategies.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1569-1574
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2004
EventAmerican Control Conference 2004 - Boston, United States
Duration: 30 Jun 20042 Jul 2004

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ConferenceAmerican Control Conference 2004
CountryUnited States
CityBoston
Period30/06/042/07/04

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  • supervisory
  • state estimation
  • predictive

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Uduehi, D. O., Ordys, A. W., & Grimble, M. J. (2004). State estimation and the equivalence of the regulatory and supervisory predictive control law. 1569-1574. Paper presented at American Control Conference 2004 , Boston, United States.
Uduehi, D.O. ; Ordys, A.W. ; Grimble, M.J. / State estimation and the equivalence of the regulatory and supervisory predictive control law. Paper presented at American Control Conference 2004 , Boston, United States.5 p.
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State estimation and the equivalence of the regulatory and supervisory predictive control law. / Uduehi, D.O.; Ordys, A.W.; Grimble, M.J.

2004. 1569-1574 Paper presented at American Control Conference 2004 , Boston, United States.

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