Virtual organization with fusion knowledge in odor classification
Fecha de publicación
Neurocomputing. Volumen 231, pp. 3-10. Elsevier.
E-nose systems are becoming increasingly important instruments across all industries, especially the fields of food and beverages and biomedicine. Given the inaccurate, unsafe and unreliable dependency on the human nose to detect smells that are highly risky and hazardous to human health, e-nose systems offer a tremendous advantage. E-noses are convenient, highly efficient and can be used in real life to detect various types of odors. This paper presents a virtual organization of agents that integrates different classification techniques and neural networks to perform information fusion from parameters retrieved by the E-nose. The integral brain in e-noses is the data processing system, which classifies odors that have been detected by the detection part of its system. The system mimics how a human brain classifies odors.
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