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Publication Citation: Generating and Using Data of Higher Dimension for Gas-Phase Chemical Sensing

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Author(s): Baranidharan Raman; Joshua L. Hertz; Kurt D. Benkstein; Douglas C. Meier; Casey Mungle; Stephen Semancik;
Title: Generating and Using Data of Higher Dimension for Gas-Phase Chemical Sensing
Published: May 29, 2009
Abstract: Methods to acquire and analyze rich data streams from sensors are helpful, if not required, to track chemical components within complex gas-phase environments. We describe a MEMS-based microsensor technology that populates multi-element arrays with multiple sensing materials and also cycles the temperatures of the elements as a function of time. Various processing methods have been applied to the resulting databases in order to recognize and classify target analytes in dynamic background conditions.
Proceedings: Transactions of the 215th Electrochemical Society Meeting
Volume: 19
Issue: 6
Pages: pp. 255 - 260
Location: San Francisco, CA
Dates: May 25-29, 2009
Keywords: array; bio-inspired methods; chemical microsensor; oxide; temperature
Research Areas: Sensors, Gas Phase Sensing