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Approximation of Hybrid MPC for Building Control by Simple Decision Rules

Author(s):

A. Domahidi
Conference/Journal:

Talk given at the OptiControl meeting.
Abstract:

While model predictive control offers a superior performance when compared to existing rule based solutions for building control, its complexity in terms of implementation and maintenance makes MPC difficult to apply in practice. In this talk, we describe how to extract simple decision rules for binary control inputs using machine learning methods such as support vector machines (SVMs) or AdaBoost. This allows to recover most of the performance that an MPC controller offers with simple decision rules based on majority voting. The extracted rules are based on classification and regression trees (CARTs), can be implemented on very simple microprocessors and are readable by humans, allowing for further manual tuning in the field.

Year:

2010
Type of Publication:

(06)Talk
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