Work place: Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Al Quds University, Jerusalem, Palestine
Research Interests: Automation and Control, Process Control System, Computational Engineering
Hussein Jaddu received his BSc. in Electrical Engineering from BirZeit University, Palestine, in 1987, MSc. in Electronics (digital systems) from Hatfield Polytechnic in England 1991, Phd in information Systems from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology JAIST, Japan 1998. He worked as a research associate at JAIST during the period 2000-2002. He is with Electronics Engineering Department of Al Quds University in Palestine where he works as an associate professor. In addition to the academic position he also serve as the university vice president for administrative and financial affairs. His main areas of research interests are computational of optimal control, wavelets, congestion control, obstacle avoidance.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2014.06.06, Pub. Date: 8 May 2014
In this paper, a method for solving a class of nonlinear optimal control problems is presented. The method is based on replacing the dynamic nonlinear optimal control problem by a sequence of quadratic programming problems. To this end, the iterative technique developed by Banks is used to replace the original nonlinear dynamic system by a sequence of linear time-varying dynamic systems, then each of the new problems is converted to quadratic programming problem by parameterizing the state variables by a finite length Chebyshev series with unknown parameters. To show the effectiveness of the proposed method, simulation results of a nonlinear optimal control problem are presented.[...] Read more.
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