Decentralized Model Predictive Control for Networks of Linear Systems with Coupling Delay
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This paper presents a new dissipativity-based decentralized model predictive control strategy for networks of linear systems suffering from a bounded coupling delay. The notion of delay-robust dissipativity is introduced and applied to the development of interconnection stability conditions. The dissipation inequality of system trajectories is converted into a prognostic stability constraint for the optimization problem of model predictive control to guarantee the system stability. A recursive feasibility condition is derived for the constrained optimization problem, which is formulated in a semi-definite program. A numerical example of an interconnected three-unit process system is provided for illustrations. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York.
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