This website contains links to resources for an introduction to model predictive control for MSc students.
The course is focussed on concepts rather than numeric computations, but there is supporting MATLAB material so that students can carry out the numerical computations to reinforce their understanding.
These were developed at the University of Sheffield and authored by J A Rossiter from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering.
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|Lecture handouts||zip file of notes, typical exam questions and powerpoint slides for structuring lectures.|
zip file (Several m-files for basic MPC algorithms and interim computations and a document discussing some laboratory activities with these.)
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