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|Application of Some Pattern Recognition Methods in Interpreting Mass Spectra (Anwendung Einiger Methoden der Zutomatischen Zeichenerkennung auf die Interpretation von Massenspektren).
|Varmuza., K. ;
|Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
|Mass spectra ; Interpretation ; Data processing ; Pattern recognition ; Translations ; Chemical analysis ; Automation ; Accuracy ; Nuclear magnetic resonance ; Austria ; Computer applications
Automated and computerized large-capacity equipment, which is used in instrumental analysis, produce a high amount of data during an analysis. This flood of data often contains much valuable information which is hard to interpret. Therefore it is reasonable that the chemical-physical interpretation of data is performed by a computer program. This paper discusses some methods of automatic recognition in a manner that will make it easy to understand the geometric considerations.