ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 116, 1- 2

ISOEN 2005 - Selected Papers from the 11th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Noses - Barcelona, Spain, 13-15 April 2005.
Edited by S. Marco, I. Montoliu Roura and M. Koudelka-Hep


Date: 28-July-2006

11th International Symposium on olfaction and electronic noses
Page 1
Santiago Marco and Ivan Montoliu Roura
Silicone polymer chemical vapor sensors fabricated by direct polymer patterning on substrate technique (DPPOST)
Pages 2-10
Adam Huang, Victor Tak Sing Wong and Chih-Ming Ho
Gas measurement systems based on IEEE1451.2 standard
Pages 11-16
Antonio Pardo, Lourdes Cámara, Joan Cabré, Alexandre Perera, Xavier Cano, Santiago Marco and Jose Bosch
A dimensionality-reduction technique inspired by receptor convergence in the olfactory system
Pages 17-22
A. Perera, T. Yamanaka, A. Gutiérrez-Gálvez, B. Raman and R. Gutiérrez-Osuna
Analysis of apples varieties – comparison of electronic tongue with different analytical techniques
Pages 23-28
Alisa Rudnitskaya, Dmitri Kirsanov, Andrey Legin, Katrien Beullens, Jeroen Lammertyn, Bart M. Nicolaï and Joseph Irudayaraj
Increasing the separability of chemosensor array patterns with Hebbian/anti-Hebbian learning
Pages 29-35
A. Gutierrez-Galvez and R. Gutierrez-Osuna
Concentration normalization with a model of gain control in the olfactory bulb
Pages 36-42
B. Raman and R. Gutierrez-Osuna
CO sensing with SnO2-based thick film sensors: Surface state model for conductance responses during thermal-modulation
Pages 43-48
A. Fort, S. Rocchi, M.B. Serrano-Santos, M. Mugnaini, V. Vignoli, A. Atrei and R. Spinicci
A fuzzy filter to study the selectivity and sensitivity of a SPME enhanced SAW sensor system characterizing virgin olive oil aroma
Pages 49-54
Diego L. García-González, Barié Nicole, Rapp Michael and Aparicio Ramón
Development of an electronic nose for fire detection
Pages 55-61
Emmanuel Scorsone, Anna Maria Pisanelli and Krishna C. Persaud
Committee machine for LPG calorific power classification
Pages 62-65
Vitor Hirayama, Francisco J. Ramirez-Fernandez and Walter J. Salcedo
Advances in the production, immobilization, and electrical characterization of olfactory receptors for olfactory nanobiosensor development
Pages 66-71
G. Gomila, I. Casuso, A. Errachid, O. Ruiz, E. Pajot, J. Minic, T. Gorojankina, M.A. Persuy, J. Aioun, R. Salesse et al.
Rapid control of smoked Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) quality by electronic nose: Correlation with classical evaluation methods
Pages 72-77
J.E. Haugen, E. Chanie, F. Westad, R. Jonsdottir, S. Bazzo, S. Labreche, P. Marcq, F. Lundby and G. Olafsdottir
Detection of rancidity in freeze stored turkey meat using a commercial gas-sensor array system
Pages 78-84
John-Erik Haugen, Frank Lundby, Jens Petter Wold and Annette Veberg
New normalization procedure to improve signal pattern discrimination power in case of different concentration dependencies of the gas sensors in an array
Pages 85-89
J. Goschnick, V. Magapu, I. Kiselev and I. Koronczi
Sub-surface probe module equipped with the Karlsruhe Micronose KAMINA using a hierarchical LDA for the recognition of volatile soil pollutants
Pages 90-94
C. Arnold, D. Haeringer, I. Kiselev and J. Goschnick
The electronic nose as a warning device of the odour emergence in a compost hall
Pages 95-99
Jacques Nicolas, Anne-Claude Romain and Catherine Ledent
Generic system for the detection of statutory potato pathogens
Pages 100-106
Jade A. Stinson, Krishna C. Persaud and Gareth Bryning
The electronic tongue and ATR–FTIR for rapid detection of sugars and acids in tomatoes
Pages 107-115
Katrien Beullens, Dmitriy Kirsanov, Joseph Irudayaraj, Alisa Rudnitskaya, Andrey Legin, Bart M. Nicolaï and Jeroen Lammertyn
Monitoring urinary tract infections and bacterial vaginosis
Pages 116-120
Krishna C. Persaud, Anna Maria Pisanelli, Phillip Evans and Paul J. Travers
Evaluation of field sampling techniques including electronic noses and a dynamic headspace sampler for use in fire investigations
Pages 121-129
Laura Conner, Shirley Chin and Kenneth G. Furton
Multi-sensor array used as an “electronic tongue” for mineral water analysis
Pages 130-134
L. Moreno, A. Merlos, N. Abramova, C. Jiménez and A. Bratov
A novel chemical detector using cermet sensors and pattern recognition methods for toxic industrial chemicals
Pages 135-144
Mark H. Hammond, Kevin J. Johnson, Susan L. Rose-Pehrsson, John Ziegler, Howard Walker, Kim Caudy, Dana Gary and Duane Tillett
Feature extraction on three way enose signals
Pages 145-150
M. Padilla, I. Montoliu, A. Pardo, A. Perera and S. Marco
Potential of an electronic nose for the early detection and differentiation between Streptomyces in potable water
Pages 151-155
A. Catarina Bastos and Naresh Magan
Counterfeiting and quantification using an electronic nose in the perfumed cleaner industry
Pages 156-160
Jérôme Poprawski, Pascal Boilot and Florence Tetelin
A direct thermal desorber as a sampling device for application specific sensor system
Pages 161-167
Patrick Mielle, Marie Souchaud, Pascale Landy and Elisabeth Guichard
Reliability, discriminability and stochastic synchronization of olfactory neurons
Pages 168-173
Roberto F. Galán, G. Bard Ermentrout and Nathaniel N. Urban
A combined pattern separability and two-tiered classification approach for identification of binary mixtures of VOCs
Pages 174-182
Robi Polikar, Kauser Jahan and Bryan Healy
Exploration of the metrological performance of a gas detector based on an array of unspecific infrared filters
Pages 183-191
R. Rubio, J. Santander, J. Fonollosa, L. Fonseca, I. Gràcia, C. Cané, M. Moreno and S. Marco
Chemicapacitive microsensors for chemical warfare agent and toxic industrial chemical detection
Pages 192-201
Todd E. Mlsna, Sabina Cemalovic, Manna Warburton, Stephen T. Hobson, Debra A. Mlsna and Sanjay V. Patel
Colorimetric method for odor discrimination using dye-coated plate and multiLED sensor
Pages 202-206
T. Nakamoto, M. Yosihioka, Y. Tanaka, K. Kobayashi, T. Moriizumi, S. Ueyama and W.S. Yerazunis
Electronic nose applied to automotive fuel qualification
Pages 207-212
T. Sobański, A. Szczurek, K. Nitsch, B.W. Licznerski and W. Radwan
Theoretical considerations on the design of a miniaturised paramagnetic oxygen sensor
Pages 213-220
U. Schmid, H. Seidel, G. Mueller and Th. Becker
IV characteristics of gas-sensitive structures based on tin oxide thin films
Pages 221-225
V. Simakov, O. Yakusheva, A. Grebennikov and V. Kisin






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