A novel data pre-processing method for odour detection and identification system
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- Sensors and Actuators, A: Physical, 2019, 287 pp. 113 - 120
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© 2018 Elsevier B.V. This paper presents a novel electronic nose (E-nose) data pre-processing method, based on a recently developed non-parametric kernel-based modelling (KBM) approach. The proposed method is tested by an automated odour detection and classification system, named “NOS.E” developed by the NOS.E team in University of Technology Sydney. Experimental results show that when extracting the derivative-related features from signals collected by the NOS.E, the proposed non-parametric KBM odour data pre-processing method achieves more reliable and stable pre-processing results comparing with other pre-processing methods such as wavelet package correlation filter (WPCF), mean filter (MF), polynomial curve fitting (PCF) and locally weighted regression (LWR). Based on these derivative-related features, the NOS.E can achieve a 96.23% accuracy of classification with the popular Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier.
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