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Handbook of Machine Olfaction
Electronic Nose Technology
edited by T.C. Pearce et al

The scope of this book Handbook of Machine Olfaction covers biological and technical fundamentals and up-to-date research.

Contributions by renowned international scientists as well as application-oriented news from successful "e-nose" manufacturers give a well-rounded account of the topic, and this coverage from R&D to applications makes this book a must-have read for e-nose researchers, designers and users alike.

Contents

  1. Introduction to Olfaction: Perception, Anatomy, Physiology and Molecular Biology

    • Introduction to Olfaction
    • Odor Classification Schemes Based on Adjective Descriptors
    • Odor Classification Based on Chemical Properties
    • Physiology and Anatomy of Olfaction
    • Molecular Biology of Olfaction
    • Taste

  2. Chemical Sensing in Hamans and Machines

    • Human Chemosensory Perception of Airborne Chemicals
    • Nasal Chemosensory Detection
    • Olfactory and Nasal Chemesthetic Detection of Mixtures of Chemicals
    • Physicochemical Determinants of Odor and Nasal Pungency
    • Human Chemical Sensing: Olfactometry
    • Instruments for Chemical Sensing: Gas Chromatography-Olfactometry

  3. Odor Handling and Delivery Systems

    • Physics of Evaporation
    • Sample Flow System
    • Static System
    • Preconcentrator
    • Measurement of Sensor Directly Exposed to Ambient Vapor

  4. Introduction to Chemosensors

    • Survey and Classification of Chemosensors
    • Chemoresistors
    • Chemocapcitors
    • Potentiometric Odor Sensors
    • Gravimetric Odor Sensors
    • Optical Odor Sensors
    • Thermal (Calorimetric) Sensors
    • Amperometric Sensors
    • Summary of Chemical Sensors

  5. Signal Conditioning and Preprocessing

    • Interface Circuits
    • Signal Conditioning
    • Signal Preprocessing
    • Noise in Sensors and Circuits

  6. Pattern Analysis for Electronic Noses

    • Statistical Pattern Analysis Techniques
    • 'Intelligent' Pattern Analysis Techniques

  7. Commercial Electronic Nose Instruments

    • Commercial Availability
    • Some Market Considerations

  8. Optical Electronic Noses

    • Optical Vapor Sensing
    • The Tufts Artificial Nose

  9. Hand-Held and Palm-Top Microsensor Systems for Gas Analysis

    • Conventional Hand-Held Systems
    • Silicon-Based Microsensors

  10. Integrated Electronic Noses and Microsystems for Chemical Analysis

    • Microcomponents for Fluid Handling
    • Integrated E-Nose Systems
    • Microsystems for Chemical Analysis

  11. Electronic Tongues and Combinations of Artificial Senses

    • Electronic Tongues
    • The Combination or Fusion of Artificial Senses

  12. Dynamic pattern Regognition Methods and System Identification

    • Dynamic Models and System Identification
    • Identifying a Model
    • Dynamic Models and Intelligent Sensor Systems

  13. Drift Com-ensation, Standards, and Calibration Methods

    • Physical Reasons for Drift and Sensor Poisoning
    • Examples of Sensor Drift
    • Comparison of Drift and Noise
    • Model Building Strategies
    • Calibration Transfer
    • Drift Compensation

  14. Chemical Sensor Array Optimization: Geometric and Information Theoretic Approaches

    • The Need for Array Performance Definition and Optimization
    • Historical Perspective
    • Geometric Interpretation
    • Noise Considerations
    • Non-linear Transformations
    • Array Performance as a Statistical Estimation Problem
    • Fisher Information Matrix and the Best Unbiased Estimator
    • Performance Optimization

  15. Correlating Electronic Nose and Sensory Panel Data

    • Sensory Panel Methods
    • Applications of Electronic Noses for Correlating Sensory Data
    • Algorithms for Correlating Sensor Array Data with Sensory Panels
    • Correlations of Electronic Nose Data with Sensory Panel Data

  16. Machine Olfaction for Mobile Robots

    • Olfactory-Guided Behavior of Animals
    • Sensors and Signal Processing in Mobile Robots
    • Trail Following Robots
    • Plume Tracking Robots
    • Other Technologies in Developing Plume Tracking Systems

  17. Environmental Monitoring

    • Special Considerations for Environmental Monitoring
    • Case Study 1: Livestock Odor Classification
    • Case Study 2: Swine Odor Detection Thresholds
    • Case Study 3: Biofilter Evaluation
    • Case Study 4: Mold Detection

  18. Medical Diagnostics and health Monitoring

    • Special Considerations in Medical/Healthcare Applications
    • Monitoring Metabolic Defects in Humans Using a Conducting Polymer Sensor Array to Measure Odor
    • The Use of Electronic Nose for the Detection of Bacterial Vaginosis

  19. Recognition of Natural Products

    • Recent Literature Review
    • Sampling Techniques
    • Case-Study: The Rapid Detection of Natural Products as a Means of Identifying Plant Species
    • Case Study: Differentiation of Essential Oil-Bearing Plants

  20. Process Monitoring

    • Previous Work
    • Special Considerations
    • Selected Process Monitoring Examples

  21. Food and Bevarage Quality Assurance

    • Literature Survey
    • Methodological Issues in Food Measurement with Electronic Nose
    • Selected Case

  22. Automotive and Aerospace Applications

    • Automotive Applications
    • Aerospace Applications
    • Polymer Composite Films
    • Electronic Nose Operation in Spacecraft
    • Method Development

  23. Detection of Explosives

    • Previous Work
    • State-of-the-Art of Various Explosive Vapor Sensors
    • Case Study

  24. Cosmetics and Fragrances

    • The Case for an Electronic Nose in Perfumery
    • Current Challenges and Limitations of Electronic Noses
    • Literature Review of Electronic Noses in Perfumery and Cosmetics
    • Special Considerations for using Electronic Noses to Classify and Judge Quality of Perfumes, PRMs, and Products
    • Case Study 1: Use in Classification of PRMs with Different Odor Character but of Similar Composition
    • Case Study 2: Use in Judging the Odor Quality of a Sunscreen Product

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