Generating and Using Data of Higher Dimension for Gas-Phase Chemical Sensing
Baranidharan Raman, Joshua L. Hertz, Kurt D. Benkstein, Douglas C. Meier, Casey Mungle, Stephen Semancik
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.
Transactions of the 215th Electrochemical Society Meeting
May 25-29, 2009
San Francisco, CA, US
array, bio-inspired methods, chemical microsensor, oxide, temperature
, Hertz, J.
, Benkstein, K.
, Meier, D.
, Mungle, C.
and Semancik, S.
Generating and Using Data of Higher Dimension for Gas-Phase Chemical Sensing, Transactions of the 215th Electrochemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, US
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