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Título: Greenhouse air temperature control using the particle swarm optimisation algorithm
Autor: Coelho, João
Cunha, José Boaventura
Oliveira, Paulo
Palavras-chave: Model predictive control
Agriculture
Particle swarm optimisation algorithms
Issue Date: 2002
Citação: Coelho, João; Cunha, José; Oliveira, Paulo (2002) - Greenhouse air temperature control using the particle swarm optimisation algorithm. In 15th IFAC World Congress on Automatic Control. Barcelona – Espanha.
Resumo: The particle swarm optimisation algorithm is proposed as a new method to design a model based predictive controller subject to restrictions. Its performance is compared with the one obtained by using a genetic algorithm for the environmental temperature control of a greenhouse. Controller outputs are computed in order to optimise future behaviour of the greenhouse environment, regarding set-point tracking and minimisation of the control effort over a prediction horizon of one hour with a one-minute sampling period.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/2763
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