NEWS  |  MERL researchers presented 11 papers at ACC 2017 (American Controls Conference)

Date released: Jun 22, 2017


  •  NEWS   MERL researchers presented 11 papers at ACC 2017 (American Controls Conference)
  • Date:

    May 24, 2017 - May 26, 2017

  • Description:

    Talks were presented by members of several groups at MERL and covered a wide range of topics:
    - Similarity-Based Vehicle-Motion Prediction
    - Transfer Operator Based Approach for Optimal Stabilization of Stochastic Systems
    - Extended command governors for constraint enforcement in dual stage processing machines
    - Cooperative Optimal Output Regulation of Multi-Agent Systems Using Adaptive Dynamic Programming
    - Deep Reinforcement Learning for Partial Differential Equation Control
    - Indirect Adaptive MPC for Output Tracking of Uncertain Linear Polytopic Systems
    - Constraint Satisfaction for Switched Linear Systems with Restricted Dwell-Time
    - Path Planning and Integrated Collision Avoidance for Autonomous Vehicles
    - Least Squares Dynamics in Newton-Krylov Model Predictive Control
    - A Neuro-Adaptive Architecture for Extremum Seeking Control Using Hybrid Learning Dynamics
    - Robust POD Model Stabilization for the 3D Boussinesq Equations Based on Lyapunov Theory and Extremum Seeking

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  • Research Areas:

    Data Analytics, Mechatronics, Algorithms, Advanced Control Systems, Dynamical Systems, Machine Learning