optimal feedback control

optimal feedback control

[′äp·tə·məl ′fēd‚bak kən‚trōl]
(control systems)
A subfield of optimal control theory in which the control variables are determined as functions of the current state of the system.
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Our explanation of this phenomenon follows from an intuitive property of optimal feedback control that we call the "minimal intervention" principle: deviations from the average trajectory are corrected only when they interfere with task performance [E.
2002, Optimal feedback control as a theory of motor coordination, "Nature Neuroscience", Vol.
Topics include the constrained optimal feedback control of systems governed by large differential algebraic equations , a stabilizing real-time implementation of nonlinear model prediction control, numerical feedback controller design, a least-squares finite element method, a collection of fast PDE-constrained optimization solvers, recommendations for reduced-order modeling and a range of applications.
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