Artificial Chemical Sensing: Olfaction and the Electronic Nose (ISOEN 2001) : Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium

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Joseph R. Stetter, William Roy Penrose
The Electrochemical Society, 2001 - Chemical detectors - 230 pages
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Contents

A LowCost Electronic Olfactometer Based on a Virtual Sensor
20
A portable volatile analyzer based on embedded
31
Development of an OnSite Electronic Nose for Rapid Flavor Testing
37
Enhancement of the Sensitivity of the Electronic Nose for Bacterial
54
Electronic Noses Towards Practical Application in Medical
62
Electronic Tongue for Recognition of Flesh Food
76
Correlating Sensor
82
Drift Compensation Using Internal Standard Gas Generation or
88
Odor Detection and Recognition with Support Vector Machines
144
The Effect of Small Samples on Covariance Matrix Estimation
154
Multiple Classifiers for Electronic Nose Data
163
Improving Concentration Estimation of Pollutant Gases by Means of
170
Application of Adaptive RBF Network for Odour Classification
176
A Rudnitskaya A Legin C Salles and P Mielle
187
Comparison Between Chemical Transient and Temperature
194
Use of an Electronic Nose to Evaluate Odors from Swine Operations
200

Fabrication of Chemical Sensor Packaging with Stereolithography
98
A High Speed Trapping System for the Analysis of Technical Gases
105
Lowdrift Odour and Vapour Ratiometric Resistive Elements for
117
Different Designs of SAW Sensors to Detect Organic Vapours
134
S S Schiffman R GutierrezOsuna and H T Nagle
206
MultiFrequency Temperature Modulation For MetalOxide Gas
212
Libranose and Freshsense Electronic Noses Integration for Fish
219
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