The journal Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems has a specific policy of publishing tutorial papers, (i.e. articles aiming to discuss and illustrate the application of chemometric and other techniques) solicited from leading experts in the varied disciplines relating to this subject. This book comprises reprints of tutorials from the first 5 volumes of this journal, covering the period from late 1986 to mid 1989. The authors of the papers include analytical, organic and environmental chemists, statisticians, pharmacologists, geologists, geochemists, computer scientists and biologists, which reflects the strong interdisciplinary communication. The papers have been reorganized into major themes, covering most of the main areas of chemometrics. This book is intended both as a personal reference text and as a useful background for courses in chemometrics and laboratory computing.This mathematical technique described above is known as principal component analysis. ... The data in Table 1 in fact represent the matrix S for the mixture data set that will be used throughout this tutorial. ... the data set from Table 1 can easily be plotted manually in the form of the triangular diagram, it will be employed to introduce the use of principal components analysis for this type of problems.
|Author||:||Desiré Luc Massart, R. G. Brereton, R. E. Dessy, C.H. Spiegelman, P.K. Hopke, W. Wegscheider|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Science - 1990-10-12|