NSCPHD1090  Multi-way analysis (generic course)

Volume 2015/2016
Content

 

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The course will focus on multi-way techniques such as multilinear-PLS, PARAFAC, and TUCKER as well as a short review of classical chemometric methods (PCR, PCR, PLS).

Introduction to MATLAB
Introduction to two-way chemometrics in MATLAB
PARAFAC modeling
N-PLS modeling
Tucker3 modeling
Preprocessing of multi-way arrays
Advanced aspects

A written report will be prepared in groups of two students. We urge the participants to bring their own data from research/student projects and use them as a basis for the written report.

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Learning Outcome

After completed course the students will be able to apply advanced chemometric methods on real world problems. The course will focus on multi-way techniques such as multilinear-PLS, PARAFAC, and TUCKER as well as a short review of classical chemometric methods (PCR, PCR, PLS). The methods treated will explicitly or implicitly cover the following application areas: classification, calibration, prediction, process optimization, spectral resolution, restrictions and interpretability of solutions.

Lectures and practicals
Onsite version: Precourse assignment 20h 2 weeks lectures 100 h Preparation for lectures 20h Preparation of report + exam. 60 h Foreign students' version: Precourse assignment 20h 1 week lectures 35 h Preparation for lectures 15h Preparation of report 130 h
Credit
8 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written assignment
Oral defence
Marking scale
passed/not passed
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 40
  • Theory exercises
  • 30
  • Practical exercises
  • 30
  • Preparation
  • 30
  • Exam
  • 4
  • Project work
  • 60
  • Guidance
  • 30
  • Total
  • 224