Julian Barreiro-Gomez
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Modeling and real-time control of urban drainage systems: A review
L García, J Barreiro-Gomez, E Escobar, D Téllez, N Quijano, ...
Advances in Water Resources 85, 120-132, 2015
912015
Distributed population dynamics: Optimization and control applications
J Barreiro-Gomez, G Obando, N Quijano
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems 47 (2), 304-314, 2016
682016
The role of population games and evolutionary dynamics in distributed control systems: The advantages of evolutionary game theory
N Quijano, C Ocampo-Martinez, J Barreiro-Gomez, G Obando, A Pantoja, ...
IEEE Control Systems Magazine 37 (1), 70-97, 2017
662017
Constrained distributed optimization: A population dynamics approach
J Barreiro-Gomez, N Quijano, C Ocampo-Martinez
Automatica 69, 101-116, 2016
332016
MatSWMM–An open-source toolbox for designing real-time control of urban drainage systems
G Riaño-Briceño, J Barreiro-Gomez, A Ramirez-Jaime, N Quijano, ...
Environmental modelling & software 83, 143-154, 2016
252016
Decentralized control for urban drainage systems via population dynamics: Bogotá case study
J Barreiro-Gomez, G Obando, G Riano-Briceno, N Quijano, ...
Control Conference (ECC), 2015 European, 2426-2431, 2015
232015
Dynamical tuning for MPC using population games: A water supply network application
J Barreiro-Gomez, C Ocampo-Martinez, N Quijano
ISA transactions 69, 175-186, 2017
162017
Distributed formation control of multiple unmanned aerial vehicles over time-varying graphs using population games
J Barreiro-Gomez, I Mas, C Ocampo-Martinez, R Sanchez-Peña, ...
2016 IEEE 55th Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 5245-5250, 2016
142016
Model-free control for wind farms using a gradient estimation-based algorithm
J Barreiro-Gomez, C Ocampo-Martinez, F Bianchi, N Quijano
2015 European Control Conference (ECC), 1516-1521, 2015
122015
Constrained distributed optimization based on population dynamics
J Barreiro-Gomez, N Quijano, C Ocampo-Martinez
Decision and Control (CDC), 2014 IEEE 53rd Annual Conference on, 4260-4265, 2014
122014
Evolutionary game-based dynamical tuning for multi-objective model predictive control
J Barreiro-Gomez, C Ocampo-Martinez, N Quijano
Developments in model-based optimization and control, 115-138, 2015
112015
Constrained evolutionary games by using a mixture of imitation dynamics
J Barreiro-Gomez, H Tembine
Automatica 97 (2018), 254-262, 2018
102018
Electricity Price Dynamics in the Smart Grid: A Mean-Field-Type Game Perspective
B Djehiche, J Barreiro-Gomez, H Tembine
23rd International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems …, 2018
102018
Partitioning for Large-Scale Systems: Design of a Sequential DMPC
J Barreiro-Gomez
The Role of Population Games in the Design of Optimization-Based Controllers …, 2019
9*2019
Partitioning for Large-scale Systems: A Sequential Distributed MPC Design
J Barreiro-Gomez, C Ocampo-Martinez, N Quijano
20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control …, 2017
9*2017
Making Non-Centralized a Model Predictive Control Scheme by Using Distributed Smith Dynamics
J Barreiro-Gomez, G Obando, C Ocampo-Martínez, N Quijano
IFAC-PapersOnLine 48 (23), 501-506, 2015
92015
Distributed control of drinking water networks using population dynamics: Barcelona case study
J Barreiro-Gomez, N Quijano, C Ocampo-Martinez
Decision and Control (CDC), 2014 IEEE 53rd Annual Conference on, 3216-3221, 2014
92014
Linear-quadratic mean-field-type games: Jump-diffusion process with regime switching
J Barreiro-Gomez, TE Duncan, H Tembine
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 64 (10), 4329-4336, 2019
82019
The Role of Population Games in the Design of Optimization-Based Controllers: A Large-scale Insight
J Barreiro-Gomez
Springer, 2018
82018
Multi-objective model-free control based on population dynamics and cooperative games
J Barreiro-Gomez, C Ocampo-Martinez, JM Maestre, N Quijano
Decision and Control (CDC), 2015 IEEE 54th Annual Conference on, 5296-5301, 2015
82015
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