Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection
Chemical vapor sensing arrays have grown in popularity over the past two decades, finding applications for tasks such as process control, environmental monitoring, and medical diagnosis. This is the first in-depth analysis of the process of choosing materials and components for these "electronic noses", with special emphasis on computational methods. For a view of component selection with an experimental perspective, readers may refer to the complementary volume of Integrated Microanalytical Systems entitled "Combinatorial Methodologies for Sensor Materials."
One of the first volumes in comprehensive new Springer series Integrated Microanalytical Sytems, edited by R. PotyrailoComplements the experimental approach in other series volume, "Combinatorial methods for sensor materials," by Potyrailo and MirskyFirst book of its kind, exclusively devoted to the selection of sensors and components for a chemical sensing arrayApplications of "electronic noses" include process control, medical diagnosis, and environmental monitoring