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Stability of Predictive Control without Terminal Conditions

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The stability of constrained finite horizon optimal control problem has been widely addressed in the literature in (1) state-space formulation and by (2) inclusion of terminal constraints, terminal cost, terminal control law. In my research, both these restrictions are removed i.e. stability is ensured for (1) input-output formulation and (2) without any of the three stabilizing ingredients. In this case, the predictive controller is certified by proving infinite feasibility of the problem through set invariance.

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