Generalization of multivariate optical computations as a method for improving the speed and precision of spectroscopic analyses

@article{Boysworth2008GeneralizationOM,
  title={Generalization of multivariate optical computations as a method for improving the speed and precision of spectroscopic analyses},
  author={Marc K. Boysworth and Soame Banerji and Denise M. Wilson and K. Booksh},
  journal={Journal of Chemometrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={22}
}
Multivariate optical computations (MOCs) offer improved analytical precision and increased speed of analysis via synchronous data collection and numerical computation with scanning spectroscopic systems. The improved precision originates in the redistribution of integration time from spurious channels to informative channels in an optimal manner for increasing the signal‐to‐noise ratio with multivariate analysis under the constraint of constant total analysis time. In this work, MOCs perform… Expand
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