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Title: Predictive and self-tuning PI control apparatus for expanded process control applications
Authors: TAN, KOK KIONG 
LEE, TONG HENG 
HUANG, SUNAN 
WANG, QING GUO 
Issue Date: 15-Jun-2004
Source: TAN, KOK KIONG,LEE, TONG HENG,HUANG, SUNAN,WANG, QING GUO (2004-06-15). Predictive and self-tuning PI control apparatus for expanded process control applications. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A predictive and self-tuning PI controller includes an apparatus for variably assigning gains thereto in accordance with specified time functions following a change in set-point. The control gains are computed in accordance with a plurality of input parameters and subsequently continuously adjusted to set-point errors based on a GPC approach thereby to optimize performance indices derived from simple and classical user specifications. Variation and tuning of control gains in accordance with set-point errors permits the PI controller to be useful in the general area of process control and applicable to a wider range of processes compared to traditional PI control, including time-delay processes, unstable processes and processes with time-varying dynamics.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/32677
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