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Computation and Uncertainty: The Past, Present and Future of Control


M. Morari

The Purdue Oldenburger Lecture, Purdue University, 29 September

Reflecting on our work over the last 40 years I found that it was dominated by two themes: computation and uncertainty. I will describe how the rapidly increasing computational resources have affected our approaches to deal with uncertainty in feedback control. The talk will be illustrated by examples from process control and other application areas like automotive and power systems.


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(05)Plenary/Invited/Honorary Lecture

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