Lecture 16: Model Predictive Control

author: Stephen P. Boyd, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
published: July 21, 2010,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 6637
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Today we’re jumping around a different order of topics, but this is maybe, I think, the next topic that some people are working on, it’s obviously too late for them for their projects, but we can at least cover the material and for people who are doing this at least it’ll make a lot of sense. For other people, it’s actually very, very good stuff to know about. It’s widely, widely used. So it’s called Model Predictive Control. In fact, I’ve been reading a lot about it the last couple of days. To sit through very long airplane flights, read a couple more books on it. It has got tons of different names, all different. Basically all the different areas doing this don’t know about the others. ...

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