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The growing acceptance of the CPM technology in some industries is due to the awareness that control software is recognised to be a capital asset that should be maintained, monitored and revised routinely. Control systems permanently showing top performance significantly reduce or even avoid product-quality degradation, loss of energy resources, waste of production, lost production time and shortened lifetimes for plant components. The CPM field has now matured to the point where a large number of industrial applications and some commercial algorithms and/or vendor services are available for control performance auditing or monitoring. The primary purpose of this chapter is to present an overview of CPM industrial applications and (available) software products. A comprehensive overview of published CPM applications to industrial processes and commercially available CPM products are given.

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Jelali, M. (2013). Industrial CPM Technology and Applications. In: Control Performance Management in Industrial Automation. Advances in Industrial Control. Springer, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-4546-2_15

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