Development of a Piezoelectric-Based Odor Reproduction System
AbstractOdor reproduction, a branch of machine olfaction, is a technology through which a machine represents various odors by blending several odor sources in different proportions and releases them. In this paper, an odor reproduction system is proposed. The system includes an atomization-based odor dispenser using 16 micro-porous piezoelectric transducers. The authors propose the use of an electronic nose combined with a Principal Component Analysis–Linear Discriminant Analysis (PCA–LDA) model to evaluate the effectiveness of the system. The results indicate that the model can be used to evaluate the system. View Full-Text
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Wen, T.; Luo, D.; Ji, Y.; Zhong, P. Development of a Piezoelectric-Based Odor Reproduction System. Electronics 2019, 8, 870.
Wen T, Luo D, Ji Y, Zhong P. Development of a Piezoelectric-Based Odor Reproduction System. Electronics. 2019; 8(8):870.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wen, Tengteng; Luo, Dehan; Ji, Yongjie; Zhong, Pingzhong. 2019. "Development of a Piezoelectric-Based Odor Reproduction System." Electronics 8, no. 8: 870.
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