Tech Reports

1
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, David Q. Mayne, and Giulio M. Mancuso.
Whither discrete time model predictive control?.
Technical Report 2014-01, TWCCC Technical Report, January 2014.

2
Luo Ji, James B. Rawlings, Wuhua Hu, Andrew Wynn, and Moritz Diehl.
Robust stability of moving horizon estimation under bounded disturbances.
Technical Report 2013-01, TWCCC Technical Report, November 2013.

3
Rishi Srivastava, Eric L. Haseltine, Ethan A. Mastny, and James B. Rawlings.
Supporting information to the paper ``The Stochastic Quasi-Steady-State Assumption: Reducing the Model but Not the Noise'' Accepted for publication in Journal of Chemical Physics.
Technical Report 2011-03, TWCCC Technical Report, April 2011.

4
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Addendum to the paper ``Is suboptimal nonlinear MPC inherently robust?'' submitted to IFAC 2011.
Technical Report 2011-02, TWCCC Technical Report, March 2011.

5
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Addendum to the paper ``Inherently robust suboptimal nonlinear MPC: theory and application'' submitted to CDC-ECC 2011.
Technical Report 2011-01, TWCCC Technical Report, March 2011.

6
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, David Q. Mayne, and Wolfgang Marquardt.
Addendum to the paper ``On computing solutions to the continuous time constrained linear quadratic regulator''.
Technical Report 2010-02, TWCCC, Texas-Wisconsin-California Modeling and Control Consortium, 2010.

7
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Suboptimal MPC and partial enumeration: robust stability and computational performance.
Technical Report 2010-01, TWCCC, Texas-Wisconsin-California Modeling and Control Consortium, April 2010.

8
Murali R. Rajamani, James B. Rawlings, and Tyler A. Soderstrom.
Application of a new data-based covariance estimation technique to a nonlinear industrial blending drum.
Technical Report 2007-03, TWMCC, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 2007.

9
Murali R. Rajamani and James B. Rawlings.
Estimation of the disturbance structure from data using semidefinite programming and optimal weighting.
Technical Report 2007-02, TWMCC, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 2007.

10
Paul A. Larsen and James B. Rawlings.
Derivations for maximum likelihood estimation of particle size distribution using in situ video imaging.
Technical Report 2007-01, TWMCC, March 2007.

11
Aswin N. Venkat, Ian A. Hiskens, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Distributed MPC strategies with application to power system automatic generation control.
Technical Report 2006-05, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, July 2006.

12
Aswin N. Venkat, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Stability and optimality of distributed, linear MPC. part 2: output feedback.
Technical Report 2006-04, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 2006.

13
Aswin N. Venkat, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
Stability and optimality of distributed, linear MPC. part 1: state feedback.
Technical Report 2006-03, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 2006.

14
Ethan A. Mastny, Eric L. Haseltine, and James B. Rawlings.
Derivations for order reduction of the chemical master equation.
Technical Report 2006-02, TWMCC, August 2006.

15
Gabriele Pannocchia, James B. Rawlings, and Stephen J. Wright.
The partial enumeration method for model predictive control: Algorithm and examples.
Technical Report 2006-01, TWMCC, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006.

16
Brian J. Odelson and James B. Rawlings.
A new autocovariance least-squares method for estimating noise covariances.
Technical Report 2003-04, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 2003.

17
Brian J. Odelson, Alexander Lutz, and James B. Rawlings.
Application of autocovariance least-squares methods to laboratory data.
Technical Report 2003-03, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 2003.

18
David Q. Mayne and James B. Rawlings.
A convergence result for non-monotonic cost sequences.
Technical Report 2003-02, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, December 2003.

19
John W. Eaton and James B. Rawlings.
Ten years of Octave -- recent developments and plans for the future.
Technical Report 2003-01, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003.

20
Eric L. Haseltine and James B. Rawlings.
A critical evaluation of extended Kalman filtering and moving horizon estimation.
TWMCC Technical Report 2002-03, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, February 2003.

21
M. J. Tenny, S. J. Wright, and J. B. Rawlings.
Nonlinear model predictive control via feasibility-perturbed sequential quadratic programming.
Optimization Technical Report 2002-06, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Computer Sciences Departments, August 2002.
Also Texas-Wisconsin Modeling and Control Consortium Report TWMCC-2002-02.

22
S. J. Wright and M. J. Tenny.
A feasible trust-region sequential quadratic programming algorithm.
Optimization Technical Report 2002-05, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Computer Sciences Departments, August 2002.
Also Texas-Wisconsin Modeling and Control Consortium Report TWMCC-2002-01.

23
Gabriele Pannocchia, Stephen J. Wright, and James B. Rawlings.
Existence and computation of infinite horizon model predictive control with active steady-state constraints.
Technical Report 2001-04, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 2001.

24
John W. Eaton.
Octave: Past, present, and future.
Technical Report 2001-03, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001.

25
Gabriele Pannocchia and James B. Rawlings.
Robustness of MPC and disturbance models for multivariable ill-conditioned processes.
Technical Report 2001-02, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 2001.

26
Gabriele Pannocchia and James B. Rawlings.
The velocity algorithm LQR: a survey.
Technical Report 2001-01, TWMCC, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 2001.