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A dynamic horizon distributed predictive control approach for temperature regulation in multi-zone buildings

Abstract : This paper proposes a distributed predictive control strategy for building temperature regulation. The originality of the approach is threefold. Firstly, it is based on a dynamic criterion, defined according to the occupation profile of each room. Secondly, the prediction horizon is also dynamic allowing a more effective disturbances rejection. Finally, the temperature control in the building is made in a distributed manner, where each controller solve a local optimization problem using information about the expected behavior of the other local regulators. After a formalization, the effectiveness of the proposed approach is showed through different simulations.
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Daniel-Petru Morosan, Romain Bourdais, Didier Dumur, Jean Buisson. A dynamic horizon distributed predictive control approach for temperature regulation in multi-zone buildings. Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation, Jun 2010, Marrakech, Morocco. CD-ROM, 6 p. ⟨hal-00492616⟩

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