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This MPC algorithm is rewritten for modern software

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The DMCX1 model predictive control (MPC) software is a re-write of a 1990s-era dynamic matrix control (DMC) algorithm. The adjusted process-control algorithm uses modern compilers and software technology, and is ten times faster than previous versions of the modeling software package, the company says. The DMCX1 software contains a “data historian” that exports data to most process watch software packages. — Cutler Technology, Boerne, Tex.

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