## Solution of the Riccati Differential Equation (odericcati)

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Solves the Riccati differential equation for the finite-horizon linear quadratic regulator.

Updated 23 Dec 2021

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# odericcati

Solves the Riccati differential equation for the finite-horizon linear quadratic regulator.

NOTE: This function requires the ODE Solver Toolbox.

## Syntax

[t,P] = odericcati(A,B,Q,R,[],PT,tspan)
[t,P] = odericcati(A,B,Q,R,S,PT,tspan)

## Description

[t,P] = odericcati(A,B,Q,R,[],PT,tspan) solves the Riccati differential equation for , given the state matrix , input matrix , state weighting matrix , input weighting matrix , terminal condition , and the time span tspan over which to solve. tspan can be specified either as the 1×2 double [t0,T] where is the initial time and is the final time, or as a 1×(N+1) vector of times [t0,t1,...,tNminus1,T] at which to return the solution for . It is assumed that the cross-coupling weighting matrix is .

[t,P] = odericcati(A,B,Q,R,S,PT,tspan) does the same as the syntax above, but this time the cross-coupling weighting matrix is specified.

## Time Vector and Solution Array

The time vector, , is defined as

The ith "layer" of P (i.e. P(:,:,i)) stores , where is the time stored in the ith element of the time vector, .

• See "EXAMPLES.mlx" or the "Examples" tab on the File Exchange page for examples.

### Cite As

Tamas Kis (2022). Solution of the Riccati Differential Equation (odericcati) (https://github.com/tamaskis/odericcati-MATLAB/releases/tag/v1.0.2), GitHub. Retrieved .

##### MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2021b
Compatible with any release
##### Platform Compatibility
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