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Fernandez, L., Gutierrez-Galvez, A., Marco, S., (2013). Multi-way analysis of diversity and redundancy factors in large MOX gas sensor data Metal Oxide-based Sensors 14th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors - IMCS 2012 , AMA Science Portal (Nuremberg, Germany) P2.07, 1279-1280

We propose the use of multi-way methods to analyze the contribution of diversity and redundancy to odor identification and concentration estimation in a large chemical sensor array. We use a chemical sensing system based on a large array of metal oxide sensors (MOX) and inspired on the diversity and redundancy of the olfactory epithelium. In order to analyze the role of diversity (different sensor type and temperature modulation) and redundancy (replicates of sensors and different load resistors) in odor quantification and discrimination tasks, we have acquired two datasets and modeled the data using multi-way techniques.

Keywords: Artificial Olfaction, Large array, MOX gas sensor, Multi-way methods