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Quantitative analysis via near infrared databases: comparison analysis using restructured near infrared and constituent data-deux (CARNAC-D)

Davies, AMC; Fearn, T; (2006) Quantitative analysis via near infrared databases: comparison analysis using restructured near infrared and constituent data-deux (CARNAC-D). J NEAR INFRARED SPEC , 14 (6) 403 - 411.

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Abstract

The method originally proposed in 1988 as "CARNAC" has been re-developed to incorporate the use of wavelet compression, modern programming techniques that make it potentially more transportable and some refinements of the technique. The idea is demonstrated on the small database that was used for program testing as it gives surprisingly acceptable results.

Type:Article
Title:Quantitative analysis via near infrared databases: comparison analysis using restructured near infrared and constituent data-deux (CARNAC-D)
Keywords:database analysis, NIR spectroscopy, Fourier transform compression, wavelet compression, local methods, biscuit dough, REGRESSION, FOURIER
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Statistical Science

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