RDP is short for ”Robust Dynamic Programming”. RDP is a collection of Matlab functions that implement a method for robust dynamic programming for linearly constrained polytopic systems with piecewise linear cost, described in the articles listed below. The software was developed at the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) in Heidelberg, Germany, in the summers 2003 and 2004 by Jakob Björnberg and Moritz Diehl. J. Björnberg visited IWR these summers to work under the supervision of M. Diehl. To use rdp, you need cddmex by Mato Baotic and Torrisi Fabio, which is a Matlab interface for the program cdd by Komei Fukuda. The easiest way to start using rdp is to download the pre-compiled binaries for cddmex that are available at the cddmex homepage.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 2 articles )
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- Angeli, David; Casavola, Alessandro; Franzè, Giuseppe; Mosca, Edoardo: An ellipsoidal off-line MPC scheme for uncertain polytopic discrete-time systems (2008)
- Björnberg, Jakob; Diehl, Moritz: Approximate robust dynamic programming and robustly stable MPC (2006)