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Please join us this next Tuesday for a presentation on Efficient Surrogate Model Generation by John Eason and Selen Cremaschi at the University of Tulsa. 

Abstract:
Surrogate models, by constructing simpler functional approximations of complex and computationally expensive models, allow the use of traditional optimization algorithms for otherwise intractable problems. This talk discusses three possible algorithms for efficient surrogate model building.

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Date: Nov 13, 2012
Time: 9 AM Mountain Time (US)

Join the WebEx Conference (Max 25 Seats):
   https://byu.webex.com/byu/j.php?ED=216472567&UID=0&PW=NNDA0NDljNDcw&RT=MiM2

Password:  apm2012

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A full schedule of presentations including the recorded presentation this week on "Fast NMPC and MHE" by Milan Vukov and Moritz Diehl, KU Leuven are available below:

http://apmonitor.com/wiki/index.php/Main/ApplicationWebinars

Best regards,

John Hedengren
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
Brigham Young University
801-477-7341

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