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Co-simulation of a Model Predictive Control System for Automotive Application

Cinzia Bernardeschi 1 Pierpaolo Dini 1 Andrea Domenici 1 Ayoub Mouhagir 2 Maurizio Palmieri 1 Sergio Saponara 1 Tanguy Sassolas 2 Lilia Zaourar 2 
2 LECA - Laboratoire Environnement de Conception & Architecture
Université Paris-Saclay, DSCIN - Département Systèmes et Circuits Intégrés Numériques : DRT/LIST/DSCIN
Abstract : Designing a Model Predictive Control system requires an accurate analysis of the interplay among three main components: the plant, the control algorithm, and the processor where the algorithm is executed. A main objective of this analysis is determining if the controller running on the chosen hardware meets the time requirements and response time of the plant. The constraints, in turn, should be met with a satisfactory tradeoff between algorithm complexity and processor performance. To carry out these analyses for an autonomous vehicle control, this paper proposes to leverage parallel co-simulation between the plant, the model predictive controller and the processor.
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Cinzia Bernardeschi, Pierpaolo Dini, Andrea Domenici, Ayoub Mouhagir, Maurizio Palmieri, et al.. Co-simulation of a Model Predictive Control System for Automotive Application. CoSim-CPS 2021 : 5th Workshop on Formal Co-Simulation of Cyber-Physical Systems, Dec 2021, Virtual, France. paper 3. ⟨cea-03605098⟩



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