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Controlling the Temperature and Humidity within a Greenhouse by Adaptive Multivariable Generalized Predictive Control

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    Title: Controlling the Temperature and Humidity within a Greenhouse by Adaptive Multivariable Generalized Predictive Control
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    Date: 2018
    Publication type: Seminar work
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    he faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Sultan MoulaySlimane,

    Abstract

    In this paper we presentan application of the adaptive multivariable Generalized Predictive Control (AMGPC) approach with measurable disturbances presence. The (AMGPC) which mixes the method of scheme identification using recursive least-squares with forgotten factor (FFRLS) algorithm and the scheme of generalized predictive response control design, has been presented and efficiently applied. The proposed method was verified by simulation of a microclimate greenhouse inside temperature and humidity control. The achieved results show that the AMGPC with disturbance deliver improved behaviour that standard techniques.