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Mimicking biological principles in artificial olfactory system
Flavour volume 3, Article number: P24 (2014)
Biology has inspired solutions to many engineering problems, including those encountered in chemical sensing. Modern approaches to chemical sensing have been based on the biological principle of combining cross-selective chemical sensors with a pattern recognition engine to identify odors. In this poster, we will review some recent advances made by our group in mimicking biological design and computing principles to develop a neuromorphic electronic nose.
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Raman, B. Mimicking biological principles in artificial olfactory system. Flavour 3 (Suppl 1), P24 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1186/2044-7248-3-S1-P24
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