Fernandez-Ibanez, V and Fearn, T and Montanes, E and Quevedo, JR and Soldado, A and de la Roza-Delgado, B (2010) Improving the Discriminatory Power of a Near-Infrared Microscopy Spectral Library with a Support Vector Machine Classifier. APPL SPECTROSC , 64 (1) 66 - 72.
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A multi-group classifier based on the support vector machine (SVM) has been developed for use with a library of 48 456 spectra measured by near-infrared reflection microscopy (NIRM) on 227 samples representing 26 animal feed ingredients and 4 possible contaminants of animal origin. The performance of the classifier was assessed by a five-fold cross-validation, dividing at the sample level. Although the overall proportion of misclassifications was 27%, almost all of these involved the confusion of pairs of similar ingredients of vegetable origin. Such confusions are unimportant in the context of the intended use of the library, which is the detection of banned ingredients in animal feed. The error rate in discrimination between permitted and banned ingredients was just 0.17%. The performance of the SVM classifier was substantially better than that of the K-nearest-neighbors method employed in previous work with the same library, for which the comparable error rates are 36% overall and 0.39% for permitted versus banned ingredients.
|Title:||Improving the Discriminatory Power of a Near-Infrared Microscopy Spectral Library with a Support Vector Machine Classifier|
|Keywords:||Near-infrared microscopy, NIR reflection microscopy, Spectral libraries, Support vector machine, Classification, Ingredients, Animal feeds, COMPOUND FEEDINGSTUFFS, BANNED MEAT, BONE MEAL, SPECTROSCOPY|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Statistical Science|
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