A robust MPC algorithm solving the tracking and the infeasible reference problems for constrained systems subject to bounded disturbances is presented in this paper. The proposed solution relies on three main concepts: (1) the reformulation of the system in the so-called velocity form to obtain offset-free tracking when constant disturbances are present, (2) the use of a tube-based approach to cope with nonconstant but bounded disturbances, (3) the use of reference outputs as arguments of the optimization problem to cope with infeasible references. Convergence results are derived by suitably defining the auxiliary control law and the terminal set used in the problem formulation.

A Robust MPC Algorithm for Offset-free Tracking of Constant Reference Signals

BETTI, GIULIO;FARINA, MARCELLO;SCATTOLINI, RICCARDO
2013

Abstract

A robust MPC algorithm solving the tracking and the infeasible reference problems for constrained systems subject to bounded disturbances is presented in this paper. The proposed solution relies on three main concepts: (1) the reformulation of the system in the so-called velocity form to obtain offset-free tracking when constant disturbances are present, (2) the use of a tube-based approach to cope with nonconstant but bounded disturbances, (3) the use of reference outputs as arguments of the optimization problem to cope with infeasible references. Convergence results are derived by suitably defining the auxiliary control law and the terminal set used in the problem formulation.
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