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Orthogonal Signal Correction to Improve Stability Regression Model in Gas Sensor Systems

Abstract : Metal oxide sensors are the most often used in electronic nose devices because of their high sensitivity, long lifetime, and low cost. However, these sensors suffer from a lack of response stability making the electronic nose systems useless in industrial applications. The sensor instabilities are particularly caused by incomplete recovery process producing gradual drifts in the sensor responses. This paper focuses on a signal processing method combining baseline manipulation and orthogonal signal correction technique in order to reduce effectively the drift impact from the sensor outputs. The proposed signal processing is explored using experimental data obtained from a gas sensor array responding to various concentrations of pine essential oil vapors. Partial Least Square method is then applied on the corrected dataset to establish a regression model for the estimation of gas concentration. In this work, we show essentially how our drift correction approach can help to improve significantly the stability of the regression model, while ensuring good accuracy.
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Rachid Laref, Diaa Ahmadou, Etienne Losson, Maryam Siadat. Orthogonal Signal Correction to Improve Stability Regression Model in Gas Sensor Systems. Journal of Sensors, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2017, 2017, pp.1-8. ⟨10.1155/2017/9851406⟩. ⟨hal-03562955⟩



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