Today’s Deminar: PID Control of Sampled Measurements

You know how some of those new, catchy phrases are born of mistakes? So it is with today’s “deminar” featuring Greg McMillan. We did a practice session yesterday to see if we could minimize the issues that are often associated with new ventures.

Greg accidentally combined the words “demo” and “seminar” and called it a “deminar”. Deb Franke, Greg, and I all agreed this new word was rather catchy, so deminar it is.

Today’s deminar, PID Control of Sampled Measurements, will begin at 1pm U.S. Central Daylight Time (UTC – 5).

The session will stream audio, but should you have any problems with the audio, you can call in at:

  • Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
  • Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
  • Participant code: 264679

I’ll update this post with a recording of the session and link to the presentation when I have them available.

Update: Here’s a link to the recorded deminar and presentation.

We’d really appreciate it if you could take our one-minute survey to help us improve future Deminars. Thanks!

Update: Due to load-time issues, I’ve updated the embedded video to the latest version from our new recorded deminar video library.

Posted Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 under Education, Process Optimization.

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