The core of the Model Predictive Control (MPC) method in every step of the algorithm consists in solving a time-dependent optimization problem on the prediction horizon of the MPC algorithm, and then to apply a portion of the optimal control over the application horizon to obtain the new state. To solve this problem efficiently, we propose a time-adaptive residual based a-posteriori error control concept based on the optimality system of this optimal control problem. This approach not only delivers an adaptive time discretization of the prediction horizon, but also suggests an adaptive time discretization of the application horizon, whose length could be either adaptive or fixed. We apply this concept for systems governed by linear parabolic PDEs and present several numerical examples which demonstrate the performance and the robustness of our adaptive MPC control concept.

Time Adaptivity in Model Predictive Control

Alla, A;
2022

Abstract

The core of the Model Predictive Control (MPC) method in every step of the algorithm consists in solving a time-dependent optimization problem on the prediction horizon of the MPC algorithm, and then to apply a portion of the optimal control over the application horizon to obtain the new state. To solve this problem efficiently, we propose a time-adaptive residual based a-posteriori error control concept based on the optimality system of this optimal control problem. This approach not only delivers an adaptive time discretization of the prediction horizon, but also suggests an adaptive time discretization of the application horizon, whose length could be either adaptive or fixed. We apply this concept for systems governed by linear parabolic PDEs and present several numerical examples which demonstrate the performance and the robustness of our adaptive MPC control concept.
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