Food analysis using artificial senses.

  title={Food analysis using artificial senses.},
  author={Magdalena Śliwińska and Paulina Wiśniewska and Tomasz Dymerski and Jacek Namieśnik and Waldemar Wardencki},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  volume={62 7},
Nowadays, consumers are paying great attention to the characteristics of food such as smell, taste, and appearance. This motivates scientists to imitate human senses using devices known as electronic senses. These include electronic noses, electronic tongues, and computer vision. Thanks to the utilization of various sensors and methods of signal analysis, artificial senses are widely applied in food analysis for process monitoring and determining the quality and authenticity of foods. This… 

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