papers review

papers review

The most recent published Review papers for Journal of Process Control
Fast NMPC schemes for regulatory and economic NMPC – A review
Journal of Process Control, Volume 44, August 2016, Pages 162-183
Inga J. Wolf, Wolfgang Marquardt

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