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Interesting real-world samples are almost always present as mixtures containing the analyte(s) of interest and a matrix of components that are irrelevant to answering the analytical question at hand. Additionally, the compounds comprising the matrix are usually present in far greater...
Simulation of Fire Debris for the Training of Chemometric Models for the Identification of Ignitable LiquidsDownload
Arson is one of the most challenging crimes for forensic scientists to investigate. The variability in the composition of ignitable liquids, including changes in chemical composition during and after the fire, and the presence of pyrolysis products generated from burning substrates yields a very...
Advancements in data acquisition technologies and the desire for rich data has led to an increase in the size of data collected from modern analytical instruments. With the aid of chemometric techniques, researchers are still able to glean more useful information from these kinds of data than...
Each individual chromatogram is typically very sparse, especially when coupled with a technique such as mass spectrometry. Only a small portion of the recorded data actually contains potentially useful information. Since the inclusion of irrelevant information will have detrimental effects upon...