Taxonomic Classification of Phytoplankton with Multivariate Optical Computing, Part III: Demonstration

@article{Pearl2013TaxonomicCO,
  title={Taxonomic Classification of Phytoplankton with Multivariate Optical Computing, Part III: Demonstration},
  author={Megan Pearl and Joseph A. Swanstrom and L. Bruckman and T. Richardson and T. Shaw and H. Sosik and M. Myrick},
  journal={Applied Spectroscopy},
  year={2013},
  volume={67},
  pages={640 - 647}
}
We describe the automatic analysis of fluorescence tracks of phytoplankton recorded with a fluorescence imaging photometer. The optical components and construction of the photometer were described in Part I and Part II of this series in this issue. An algorithm first isolates tracks corresponding to a single phytoplankter transit in the nominal focal plane of a flow cell. Then, the fluorescence streaks in the track that correspond to individual optical elements on the filter wheel are… Expand
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