ISSN : 0925-4005 Vol./Iss. : 69 /3


N. Barsan, M. Frank, U. Weimar, pp.213

Electronic nose: a useful tool for monitoring environmental contamination,
R.E. Baby, M. Cabezas, E.N. Walsoe de Reca, pp.214-218

Cluster translation for concentration estimation, 
F. Brasini, R. Rovatti, T. Hermle, M. Rudan, pp.219-222

Fruit ripeness monitoring using an Electronic Nose,
J. Brezmes, E. Llobet, X. Vilanova, G. Saiz, X. Correig, pp.223-229

Analysis of vapours and foods by means of an electronic nose based on a sol-gel metal oxide sensors array,
S. Capone, P. Siciliano, F. Quaranta, R. Rella, M. Epifani, L.Vasanelli, pp.230-235

A method for selecting an optimum sensor array,
A.N. Chaudry, T.M. Hawkins, P.J. Travers, pp.236-242

An electronic nose for the identification of Forane R134a in an air conditioned atmosphere,
C. Delpha, M. Siadat, M. Lumbreras, pp.243-247

Odor discrimination using adaptive resonance theory,
C. Distante, P. Siciliano, L. Vasanelli, pp.248-252

Strategies for the development of reliable QA/QC methods when working with mass spectrometry-based chemosensory systems, B. Dittmann, S. Nitz, pp.253-257

Response time based output of metal oxide gas sensors applied to evaluation of meat freshness with neural signal analysis, A. Galdikas, A. Mironas, D. Senuliene, V. Strazdiene, A. Setkus, D. Zelenin, pp.258-265

Highly integrated surface potential sensors, 
M. George, W.J. Parak, H.E. Gaub, pp.266-275

Array of sensors based on conducting polymers for the quality control of the aroma of the virgin olive oil,
A. Guadarrama, M.L. Rodrguez-Mendez, J.A. de Saja, J.L. Ros, J.M. Olas, pp.276-282

Time-dependent humidity calibration for drift corrections in electronic noses equipped with SnO"2 gas sensors,

R. Ionescu, A. Vancu, A. Tomescu, pp.283-286

Electronic noses: specify or disappear,
P. Mielle, F. Marquis, C. Latrasse, pp.287-294

Classification and evaluation of sensing films for QCM odor sensors by steady-state sensor response measurement,
K. Nakamura, T. Nakamoto, T. Moriizumi, pp.295-301

New pattern recognition systems designed for electronic noses,
A. Ortega, S. Marco, T. Sundic, J. Samitier, pp.302-307

A bio-inspired nonlinear algorithm to integrate carbon monoxide concentration aiming to fulfil international standards,
A. Perera, T. Sundic, S. Marco, pp.308-313

Structural and dimensional control in micromachined integrated solid state gas sensors,
D.G. Rickerby, N. Wachter, M.C. Horrillo, J. Gutierrez, I. Gracia, C.Cane, pp.314-319

Cross-talk simulation in CMOS micromachined gas-sensors with electrothermal actuation,
A. Roncaglia, L. Colalongo, D. Lange, M. Rudan, pp.320-324

Multi-criteria fire detection systems using a probabilistic neural network,
S.L. Rose-Pehrsson, R.E. Shaffer, S.J. Hart, F.W. Williams, D.T. Gottuk, B.D. Strehlen, S.A. Hill, pp.325-335

An electronic nose system for monitoring the quality of potable water,
J.W. Gardner, H.W. Shin, E.L. Hines, C.S. Dow, pp.336-341

Application of a combined artificial olfaction and taste system to the quantification of relevant compounds in red wine,
C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, A. Macagnano, A. Mantini, A. D'Amico, M. Ubigli, A. Legin, L. Lvova, A. Rudnitskaya, Y. Vlasov, pp.342-347

Evaluation of a radial basis function neural network for the determination of wheat quality from electronic nose data, 
P. Evans, K.C. Persaud, A.S. McNeish, R.W. Sneath, N. Hobson, N. Magan, pp.348-358

A hierarchical classification scheme for an Electronic Nose,
M. Pardo, G. Sberveglieri, S. Gardini, E. Dalcanale, pp.359-365

Using the classification model of an electronic nose to assign unknown malodours to environmental sources and to monitor them continuously, J. Nicolas, A.-C. Romain, V. Wiertz, J. Maternova, P. Andre, pp.366-371

Moisture management for a successful analysis of polymers with chemical sensor systems,
F. Welle, A. Mauer, E.-M. Keil, M. Slama, pp.372-378

Improving electronic noses using a trap and thermal desorption unit,
W. Muenchmeyer, A. Walte, G. Matz, pp.379-383

Electronic-nose systems for control quality applications in automotive industry,
M. Morvan, T. Talou, A. Gaset, J.F. Beziau, pp. 384-388

Automated indirect method of ammonia flux measurement for agriculture: effect of incident wind angle on airflow measurements, T.A. Flint, K.C. Persaud, R.W. Sneath, pp.389-396

Data preprocessing enhances the classification of different brands of Espresso coffee with an electronic nose,
M. Pardo, G. Niederjaufner, G. Benussi, E. Comini, G. Faglia, G.Sberveglieri, M. Holmberg, I. Lundstrom, pp.397-403

Using multivariate statistics to predict sensory quality of marjoram from instrumental data,
M. Hirschfelder, A. Forster, S. Kuhne, J. Langbehn, W. Junghanns, F. Pank, D. Hanrieder, pp.404-409

New sensor arrays and sampling systems for a modular electronic nose,
J.R. Stetter, S. Strathmann, C. McEntegart, M. Decastro, W.R.Penrose, pp.410-419



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