Graph‐based calibration transfer

@article{NikzadLangerodi2020GraphbasedCT,
  title={Graph‐based calibration transfer},
  author={Ramin Nikzad‐Langerodi and Florian Sobieczky},
  journal={Journal of Chemometrics},
  year={2020},
  volume={35}
}
The problem of transferring calibrations from a primary to a secondary instrument, that is, calibration transfer (CT), has been a matter of considerable research in chemometrics over the past decades. Current state‐of‐the‐art (SoA) methods like (piecewise) direct standardization perform well when suitable transfer standards are available. However, stable calibration standards that share similar (spectral) features with the calibration samples are not always available. Towards enabling CT with… 
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