Jorge Cortés

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Data-based receding horizon control of linear network systems
A. Allibhoy, J. Cortés
IEEE Control Systems Letters 5 (4) (2021), 1207-1212


Abstract

We propose a distributed data-based predictive control scheme to stabilize a network system described by linear dynamics. Agents cooperate to predict the future system evolution without knowledge of the dynamics, relying instead on learning a data-based representation from a single sample trajectory. We employ this representation to reformulate the finite-horizon Linear Quadratic Regulator problem as a network optimization with separable objective functions and locally expressible constraints. We show that the controller resulting from approximately solving this problem using a distributed optimization algorithm in a receding horizon manner is stabilizing. We validate our results through numerical simulations.

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