## Receding Horizon Control of Nonlinear Systems: A Control . . . (2000)

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author = {Ali Jadbabaie},

title = {Receding Horizon Control of Nonlinear Systems: A Control . . .},

year = {2000}

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n Automatic Control, pages 898 907, 1990. J. Shamma and M. Athans. Guaranteed properties of gain scheduled control for linear parameter-varying plants. Automatica, pages 559 564, 1991. J. Shamma and M. Athans. Gain-scheduling: Potential hazards and possible remedies. IEEE Control Systems Magazine, 12(3):101 107, June 1992. [Sch96] A. Schwartz. Theory and Implementation of Numerical Methods Based on Runge-Kutta Integration for Optimal Control Problems. PhD Disser- tation, University of California, Berkeley, 1996. [SCH+00] M. Sznaier, J. Cloutier, R. Hull, D. Jacques, and C. Mracek. Reced- ing horizon control lyapunov function approach to suboptimal regula- tion of nonlinear systems. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 23(3):399 405, 2000. [SD90] M. Sznaier and M. J. Damborg. Heuristically enhanced feedback con- trol of constrained discrete-time linear systems. Automatica, 26:521 532, 1990. [SMR99] P. Scokaert, D. Mayne, and J. Rawlings. Suboptimal model predictive cont

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