# Difference between revisions of "Distributed Receding Horizon Control with Applications to Multi-Vehicle Formation Stabilization"

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## Latest revision as of 00:54, 27 November 2016

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William B. Dunbar and Richard M. Murray

Submitted, *Automatica*

We consider the control of interacting subsystems whose dynamics and constraints are uncoupled, but whose state vectors are coupled non-separably in a single centralized cost function of a finite horizon optimal control problem. For a given centralized cost structure, we generate distributed optimal control problems for each subsystem and establish that the distributed receding horizon implementation is asymptotically stabilizing. The communication requirements between subsystems with coupling in the cost function are that each subsystem obtain the previous optimal control trajectory of those subsystems at each receding horizon update. The key requirements for stability are that each distributed optimal control not deviate too far from the previous optimal control, and that the receding horizon updates happen sufficiently fast. The theory is applied in simulation for stabilization of a formation of vehicles.

- Technical Report: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/preprints/dm04-automatica.pdf
- Project(s): Template:HTDB funding::DARPA SEC, Template:HTDB funding::AFOSR/MURI