This book provides elucidative information regarding Model Predictive Control (MPC). Model predictive control is that part of control algorithms in which a progressive method structure is utilized to foretell and improve process work. Also, it can be viewed as an expression demonstrating a typical restrain scheme that replicates the human thinking capability most efficiently. Nearly 50 years after its origin, it is vastly being welcomed in lot of spheres of engineering and is proving to be very advantageous. The book focuses on the latest developments in the field of MPC, in practice and theory, and structured in a way to provide in-depth knowledge to the practitioners and discoverers who want to gain information about the perimeters of MPC research. The book deals with the limits of MPC in theory and provides enough examples to enable us to understand them. It also portrays the practical usage of MPC in recent engineering spheres. As analytical and structural technology is growing rapidly, MPC will remain at the forefront even in the future.