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Advanced Process Solutions, LLC Houston office is the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.

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Advanced Process Solutions, LLC Houston office is the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.

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* The Houston office is located on the the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.

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Advanced Process Solutions, LLC Houston office is the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.

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  • The Houston office is located on the the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.
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* The Houston office is located on the the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.

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  • The Houston office is located on the the 32nd floor of the Gulf Building. The Gulf Building is now called the JPMorgan Chase building and is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. It was completed in 1929 and remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963.
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  • A: APMonitor has an offices in Provo, Utah and Houston, Texas. The address for the Houston Texas office is:
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  • A: APMonitor has an offices in Provo, Utah and Houston, Texas. The address for the Houston office is:
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         Houston, TX 77002
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         Houston, TX 77002

The office is the 32nd floor of the JPMorgan Chase Tower (formerly the Gulf Building).

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   Advanced Process Solutions, LLC
   712 Main
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   Houston, TX 77002
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         Advanced Process Solutions, LLC
         712 Main
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Airport.

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  • A: APMonitor has an offices in Provo, Utah and Houston, Texas. The address for the Houston Texas office is:
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas at the JPMorgan Chase Building (formerly Gulf Building).
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Airport.
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Airport.
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas at the JPMorgan Chase Building (formerly Gulf Building).
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(:description Simulation, optimization, estimation, and control with APMonitor:)

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(:description Frequently Asked Questions on APMonitor Modeling Language:)

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  • A: Each modeling language posesses strengths and limitations. The APMonitor modeling language is built for the rapid construction and real-time deployment of differential and algebraic equation solutions. These models can be applied for optimization, dynamic parameter estimation, and control of live systems.
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  • A: Each modeling language posesses strengths and limitations. The APMonitor modeling language is built for the rapid construction and real-time deployment of differential and algebraic equation solutions. These models can be applied for optimization, dynamic parameter estimation, and control of live systems. It can be accessed from MATLAB or Python scripting languages, increasing the ability for customized optimization solutions.
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  • Q: Where can I find some documentation?
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  • Q: Where can I find documentation for the software?
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  • A: The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.com/online/view_pass.php
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  • A: The software is available as a free web service through Python or MATLAB.
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  • A: The software is currently not for sale or licensing. It is freely available through the web-based interface.
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  • A: The software is freely available through the web-based interface. This allows users to develop their solutions through a web-browser, MATLAB, or Python without needing to download software. For dedicated or secure servers please contact customer support at support@apmonitor.com.
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  • Q: Who is currently using the software?
  • A: Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.

  • Q: Where is APMonitor located?
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  • Q: Where is the APMonitor office located?
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  • Q: Can I download a trial version of the software?
  • A: The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.com/online/view_pass.php
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  • Q: Who is using the software?
  • A: There are many individuals who use the software through the web-interface from all parts of the world.
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  • Q: Do you have a model for my specific application?
  • A: Chances are that there is a good starting model somewhere on the internet. If you translate that model into APMonitor language, please consider submitting it to the benchmark set so that others may also benefit.
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  • Q: Who can I ask for a reference?
  • A: A number of APMonitor industrial partners (red), clients (blue), and university researchers (yellow) are available to provide a reference.

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  • Q: Do you have benchmarks against standard problem sets?
  • A: Some benchmark models are found in the documentation under the section Applications. These include a variety of models from chemical engineering, financial analysis, aerospace engineering, and bio-sciences.
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  • Q: Can I download a trial version of the software?
  • A: The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.com/online/view_pass.php
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  • Q: How much does the software cost?
  • A: The software is currently not for sale or licensing. It is freely available through the web-based interface.
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  • Q: Do you have a model for my specific application?
  • A: Chances are that there is a good starting model somewhere on the internet. If you translate that model into APMonitor language, please consider submitting it to the benchmark set so that others may also benefit.
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  • Q: What do others say about the APMonitor software?
  • A: "It was easy to get an application on-line."
  • A: "Your modeling language seems to be very clear and intuitively usable. I like it very much."
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  • Q: Do you have benchmarks against standard problem sets?
  • A: Some benchmark models are found in the documentation under the section Applications. These include a variety of models from chemical engineering, financial analysis, aerospace engineering, and bio-sciences.
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  • Q: Who is currently using the software?
  • A: Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.
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  • Q: What do others say about the APMonitor software?
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  • A: "Your modeling language seems to be very clear and intuitively usable. I like it very much."

  • Q: Who is currently using the software?
  • A: Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.

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  • Q: Who is using the software?
  • A: There are many individuals who use the software through the web-interface from all parts of the world.

  • Q: Who can I ask for a reference?
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  • A: A number of APMonitor industrial partners (red), clients (blue), and university researchers (yellow) are available to provide a reference.
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  • A: A number of industrial partners (red), clients (blue), and university researchers (yellow) are available to provide a reference.

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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Field Airport.
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  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Airport.
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  • Q: Where is APMonitor located?
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  • Q: Where is the APMonitor located?
  • A: APMonitor is based in Houston, Texas near Ellington Field Airport.
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  • A: Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.

  • Q: Where is the APMonitor office?
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(:title FAQ on APMonitor:) (:keywords nonlinear, model, predictive control, APMonitor, differential, algebraic, modeling language:) (:description Simulation, optimization, estimation, and control with APMonitor:)

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Why a new modeling language?

Each modeling language posesses strengths and limitations. The APMonitor modeling language is built for the rapid construction and real-time deployment of differential and algebraic equation solutions. These models can be applied for optimization, dynamic parameter estimation, and control of live systems.

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  • Q: Why a new modeling language?
  • A: Each modeling language posesses strengths and limitations. The APMonitor modeling language is built for the rapid construction and real-time deployment of differential and algebraic equation solutions. These models can be applied for optimization, dynamic parameter estimation, and control of live systems.
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Where can I find some documentation?

Documentation is available at: http://apmonitor.ath.cx/wiki

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Can I download a trial version of the software?

The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.ath.cx/sandbox

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  • Q: Can I download a trial version of the software?
  • A: The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.ath.cx/sandbox
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Do you have a model for my specific application?

Chances are that there is a good starting model somewhere on the internet. If you translate that model into APMonitor language, please consider submitting it to the benchmark set so that others may also benefit.

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  • Q: Do you have a model for my specific application?
  • A: Chances are that there is a good starting model somewhere on the internet. If you translate that model into APMonitor language, please consider submitting it to the benchmark set so that others may also benefit.
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Do you have benchmarks against standard problem sets?

Some benchmark models are found in the documentation under the section Applications. These include a variety of models from chemical engineering, financial analysis, aerospace engineering, and bio-sciences.

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  • A: Some benchmark models are found in the documentation under the section Applications. These include a variety of models from chemical engineering, financial analysis, aerospace engineering, and bio-sciences.
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How much does the software cost?

The software is currently not for sale or licensing. It is freely available through the web-based interface.

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What do others say about the APMonitor software?

"It was easy to get an application on-line." "Your modeling language seems to be very clear and intuitively usable. I like it very much."

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  • A: "Your modeling language seems to be very clear and intuitively usable. I like it very much."
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Who is currently using the software?

Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Why a new modeling language?

Each modeling language posesses strengths and limitations. The APMonitor modeling language is built for the rapid construction and real-time deployment of differential and algebraic equation solutions. These models can be applied for optimization, dynamic parameter estimation, and control of live systems.


Where can I find some documentation?

Documentation is available at: http://apmonitor.ath.cx/wiki


Can I download a trial version of the software?

The software is available through the web-based interface at: http://apmonitor.ath.cx/sandbox


Do you have a model for my specific application?

Chances are that there is a good starting model somewhere on the internet. If you translate that model into APMonitor language, please consider submitting it to the benchmark set so that others may also benefit.


Do you have benchmarks against standard problem sets?

Some benchmark models are found in the documentation under the section Applications. These include a variety of models from chemical engineering, financial analysis, aerospace engineering, and bio-sciences.


How much does the software cost?

The software is currently not for sale or licensing. It is freely available through the web-based interface.


What do others say about the APMonitor software?

"It was easy to get an application on-line." "Your modeling language seems to be very clear and intuitively usable. I like it very much."


Who is currently using the software?

Models have been submitted from a variety of industrial and academic institutions through the on-line interface.