Development and Evaluation of Algorithms for Breath Alcohol Screening
AbstractBreath alcohol screening is important for traffic safety, access control and other areas of health promotion. A family of sensor devices useful for these purposes is being developed and evaluated. This paper is focusing on algorithms for the determination of breath alcohol concentration in diluted breath samples using carbon dioxide to compensate for the dilution. The examined algorithms make use of signal averaging, weighting and personalization to reduce estimation errors. Evaluation has been performed by using data from a previously conducted human study. It is concluded that these features in combination will significantly reduce the random error compared to the signal averaging algorithm taken alone. View Full-Text
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Ljungblad, J.; Hök, B.; Ekström, M. Development and Evaluation of Algorithms for Breath Alcohol Screening. Sensors 2016, 16, 469.
Ljungblad J, Hök B, Ekström M. Development and Evaluation of Algorithms for Breath Alcohol Screening. Sensors. 2016; 16(4):469.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ljungblad, Jonas; Hök, Bertil; Ekström, Mikael. 2016. "Development and Evaluation of Algorithms for Breath Alcohol Screening." Sensors 16, no. 4: 469.
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