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Yong He – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • determination of Calcium Content in powdered milk using near and mid infrared spectroscopy with variable selection and chemometrics
    Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2012
    Co-Authors: Di Wu, Yong He

    Abstract:

    Near infrared (NIR) and mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy techniques were evaluated to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. A hybrid spectral variable selection algorithm combined with uninformation variable elimination (UVE) and successive projections algorithm (SPA) selected 11 NIR and 15 MIR variables from full 2,756 NIR and 3,727 MIR variables, respectively. Predicted results of least-squares support vector machine models for the samples in the prediction set show that the 15 MIR variables obtained much better results (0.930 for coefficient of determination (r 2), 3.703 for residual predictive deviation (RPD), 30.162 for root mean square error of prediction set (RMSEP) and 5.22% for relative errors of prediction (RSEP)) than 11 NIR variables did (0.636 for r 2, 1.587 for RPD, 78.815 for RMSEP, and 13.40% for RSEP). The overall results indicate that MIR spectroscopy could be applied as a precision and rapid method to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. The good performance shows a potential application using UVE-SPA to select NIR and MIR effective variables.

  • Determination of Calcium Content in Powdered Milk Using Near and Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy with Variable Selection and Chemometrics
    Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2012
    Co-Authors: Di Wu, Pengcheng Nie, Yong He, Yidan Bao

    Abstract:

    Near infrared (NIR) and mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy techniques were evaluated to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. A hybrid spectral variable selection algorithm combined with uninformation variable elimination (UVE) and successive projections algorithm (SPA) selected 11 NIR and 15 MIR variables from full 2,756 NIR and 3,727 MIR variables, respectively. Predicted results of least-squares support vector machine models for the samples in the prediction set show that the 15 MIR variables obtained much better results (0. 930 for coefficient of determination (r 2 ), 3. 703 for residual predictive deviation (RPD), 30. 162 for root mean square error of prediction set (RMSEP) and 5. 22% for relative errors of prediction (RSEP)) than 11 NIR variables did (0. 636 for r 2 , 1. 587 for RPD, 78. 815 for RMSEP, and 13. 40% for RSEP). The overall results indicate that MIR spectroscopy could be applied as a precision and rapid method to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. The good performance shows a potential application using UVE-SPA to select NIR and MIR effective variables. © 2011 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.

Di Wu – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • determination of Calcium Content in powdered milk using near and mid infrared spectroscopy with variable selection and chemometrics
    Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2012
    Co-Authors: Di Wu, Yong He

    Abstract:

    Near infrared (NIR) and mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy techniques were evaluated to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. A hybrid spectral variable selection algorithm combined with uninformation variable elimination (UVE) and successive projections algorithm (SPA) selected 11 NIR and 15 MIR variables from full 2,756 NIR and 3,727 MIR variables, respectively. Predicted results of least-squares support vector machine models for the samples in the prediction set show that the 15 MIR variables obtained much better results (0.930 for coefficient of determination (r 2), 3.703 for residual predictive deviation (RPD), 30.162 for root mean square error of prediction set (RMSEP) and 5.22% for relative errors of prediction (RSEP)) than 11 NIR variables did (0.636 for r 2, 1.587 for RPD, 78.815 for RMSEP, and 13.40% for RSEP). The overall results indicate that MIR spectroscopy could be applied as a precision and rapid method to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. The good performance shows a potential application using UVE-SPA to select NIR and MIR effective variables.

  • Determination of Calcium Content in Powdered Milk Using Near and Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy with Variable Selection and Chemometrics
    Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2012
    Co-Authors: Di Wu, Pengcheng Nie, Yong He, Yidan Bao

    Abstract:

    Near infrared (NIR) and mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy techniques were evaluated to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. A hybrid spectral variable selection algorithm combined with uninformation variable elimination (UVE) and successive projections algorithm (SPA) selected 11 NIR and 15 MIR variables from full 2,756 NIR and 3,727 MIR variables, respectively. Predicted results of least-squares support vector machine models for the samples in the prediction set show that the 15 MIR variables obtained much better results (0. 930 for coefficient of determination (r 2 ), 3. 703 for residual predictive deviation (RPD), 30. 162 for root mean square error of prediction set (RMSEP) and 5. 22% for relative errors of prediction (RSEP)) than 11 NIR variables did (0. 636 for r 2 , 1. 587 for RPD, 78. 815 for RMSEP, and 13. 40% for RSEP). The overall results indicate that MIR spectroscopy could be applied as a precision and rapid method to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. The good performance shows a potential application using UVE-SPA to select NIR and MIR effective variables. © 2011 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.

Yidan Bao – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Determination of Calcium Content in Powdered Milk Using Near and Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy with Variable Selection and Chemometrics
    Food and Bioprocess Technology, 2012
    Co-Authors: Di Wu, Pengcheng Nie, Yong He, Yidan Bao

    Abstract:

    Near infrared (NIR) and mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy techniques were evaluated to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. A hybrid spectral variable selection algorithm combined with uninformation variable elimination (UVE) and successive projections algorithm (SPA) selected 11 NIR and 15 MIR variables from full 2,756 NIR and 3,727 MIR variables, respectively. Predicted results of least-squares support vector machine models for the samples in the prediction set show that the 15 MIR variables obtained much better results (0. 930 for coefficient of determination (r 2 ), 3. 703 for residual predictive deviation (RPD), 30. 162 for root mean square error of prediction set (RMSEP) and 5. 22% for relative errors of prediction (RSEP)) than 11 NIR variables did (0. 636 for r 2 , 1. 587 for RPD, 78. 815 for RMSEP, and 13. 40% for RSEP). The overall results indicate that MIR spectroscopy could be applied as a precision and rapid method to determine Calcium Content in powdered milk. The good performance shows a potential application using UVE-SPA to select NIR and MIR effective variables. © 2011 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.