April 2006

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Choosing inferential modeling tools In Zak Friedman's "HPIn Control" column (January 2006, pp.15 – 16) on the relative merits of inferential models based on spreadsheet regression techniques, Mr...

Choosing inferential modeling tools In Zak Friedman's "HPIn Control" column (January 2006, pp.15 – 16) on the relative merits of inferential models based on spreadsheet regression techniques, Mr. Friedman made several erroneous conclusions about inferential models based on neural network technology.1 Since he openly invited comments from vendors to provide evidence to the contrary, we would like to take him up on his offer to set the record straight. Pavilion holds over 145 patents on the use of neural networks for data analysis, modeling, control and optimization, and over 15 years' experience in the application of these techniques on industrial processes. We have deployed thousands

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